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Oct.15 — In Silicon Valley, where penniless programmers fervently believe their ideas are worth billions, getting rich can take priority over getting married. California law assumes that any wealth created during a marriage is community property, which should be split equally in a divorce. That’s alarming not just for young entrepreneurs but also their investors. Bloomberg’s Ben Steverman and Lisa Abramowicz discuss the growing trend of tech entrepreneurs demanding prenups on “Bloomberg Money Undercover”

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