Page Six reported yesterday that Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie are not only man and wife now, but they also signed a prenuptial agreement.  The former Edmonton Oiler and Disney star made sure to protect their assets before getting hitched in front of 100 family and friends Saturday evening in Santa Barbara, according to sources.  “It was a totally amicable agreement.  They love each other very much and knew this was just a technicality,” said one insider.  While Duff, 22, made her fortune starring as Lizzie McGuire in the hit Disney television series and later in several movies, Comrie, 29, is the heir to an appliance and retail business, The Brick, and his fortune is worth as high as $500 million.

Should you and your partner sign a prenup?

Cupid’s Advice:

1. Bring it up: Broach the idea of a prenup gently because it’s a sensitive subject.  Stress that this would protect both of your finances, and ensure that what you build together is shared in case, God forbid, anything happens that could dissolve your marriage.

2. Ask and answer a lot of questions: This request can hurt the other party’s feelings, but it can protect both your assets, and prevent future complications should a divorce happen.

3. Get legal advice: Both parties should see their lawyers to learn more about how a prenup would benefit them.