Posted on : June 10, 2017
A prenuptial agreement is designed to protect both parties in the event of a divorce in the future. However, some prenups are inherently one-sided, especially if they’re designed to protect the spouse with more money or assets. If you’re asked to sign a prenup, here are 5 critical things to notice before you sign. 1. There…
Posted on : December 26, 2016
You’ve heard it before — “getting a prenup is unromantic” or “getting a prenup means your fiance doesn’t actually love you.” Neither are true. A prenuptial agreement is a smart move for most couples. Here are 5 reasons why. 1. The Divorce Rate is 50% — and Rising Sure, it’s a little depressing to think about…
Posted on : July 26, 2016
Many people believe that prenuptial agreements are “unromantic” and unnecessary if you really love the person you’re marrying. However, prenuptial agreements aren’t about how much you love one another or how romantic you want to be — it’s about affording yourself legal protections in the event that you get a divorce. Hopefully, you’ll never need…
Posted on : May 25, 2015
Getting married is an exciting time in anyone’s life, and it’s easy to overlook some important details when you have so much planning to do. Creating a prenuptial agreement is one important step to consider. While many people believe prenups to be unromantic, those whose marriage ended in divorce often wishes they had one. Here are the answers…
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