How to get a divorce in BitLife

Here's how to get a divorce in BitLife.

To divorce someone in Bitlife, you will first need to be married to another NPC. Once you are married, visit their relationship profile and find thean option that says divorce click it and then hit yes when prompted.

However, keep in mind if you divorce someone, you will need to divide up your assets between you and your ex-partner.

You can avoid what is called divorce settlement if you have your partner sign a prenup before you get married. If you want to learn more about prenups and what they are, we have a guide that goes over it extensively called What does a prenup do in Bitlife.

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But in short, prenups are a marriage agreement that ensures any money or property you own before marriage stays yours in the event of divorce. So if you are rich and own a lot of land and want to keep it, having your partner sign a prenup would be ideal in the case of divorce.

Either way, if you want to divorce your partner, you will need to use the option previously mentioned. After clicking the divorce option, your character will get a pop-up stating that your ex-partner has been divorced and it will also include all of the settlement details.

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