You ask for a divorce, and your spouse reminds you of the prenuptial agreement that you have in place. It severely limits your ability to seek what you consider a fair property division solution. Your spouse tells you that there is nothing you can do and that, if you want to get divorced, you have to abide by the prenup.
There are so many horror stories about modern divorce that many couples who want to end their marriage are eager to avoid what they perceive as a dangerous or volatile process. In their desire to avoid embarrassment or conflict, many couples rush into processes like mediation or decide to file an uncontested divorce without really considering all of their options.