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8 Reasons Why You Should Get A Prenuptial Agreement

8 Reasons Why You Should Get A Prenuptial Agreement

A prenuptial agreement is an agreement between two people that deals with the financial consequences of their marriage ending. All marrying couples have a “prenuptial agreement” – it is known as “divorce law.” However, a lot of people are unhappy with the way divorce law works, and prefer to take control of their... 

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Reasons For Your Future Mate To Say “I Do” To A Prenup

Reasons For Your Future Mate To Say “I Do” To A Prenup

To the bride and groom, marriage is a loving contract between two people who want to spend the rest of their lives together. In the eyes of the law, marriage is also a contract between two people … not about love, but about a variety of financial rights and obligations. It’s hard to talk about marriage as if it were “business,” but when... 

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What Can & Can’t Be In A Prenuptial Agreement

What Can & Can’t Be In A Prenuptial Agreement

The range of what can be in a prenuptial agreement is flexible and can accommodate most of the individual wants and desires that a marrying couple may have. On the other hand, there are some strict rules about what cannot be in a prenuptial agreement. Generally, a prenuptial agreement can deal with the following:  Read More →

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6 Costly Myths About Prenuptial Agreements

6 Costly Myths About Prenuptial Agreements

Myth #1 – Prenuptial agreements are only for the wealthy. No. Prenuptial agreements are for ordinary people. Given the high legal fees and stress involved in a divorce, the frequency with which relationships end nowadays, as well as peoples’ increasing financial sophistication and independence, a prenuptial agreement... 

The Best Answers to Frequently Raised Objections About Prenups

The Best Answers to Frequently Raised Objections About Prenups

Prenuptial agreements have often been represented as “weapons” that spouses use in a bitter divorce, pessimistic, “worst-case-scenarios”...