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When to start the prenuptial agreement process?

More and more individuals these days consider the possibility of a prenuptial agreement. This is particularly true in second and third marriages. It is also true where individuals come into the marriage with sizable assets. 374 more words

Prenuptial Agreements

How Divorce Laws Hurt You, even if you're not interested.

Arizona law likes to taunt people that are not currently interested in a divorce. Whether your single, recently married or are currently in a happy marriage, Arizona doesn’t care; you have to stay in tune with divorce laws even, if you think it doesn’t matter. 272 more words

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Prenuptial Agreement: Should You Get One Before Tying the Knot?

After the wedding party is over and all the gifts have been unwrapped, the newly-wed couple settles back and realizes that life continues in a normal fashion.  522 more words

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Prenups: To Sign or Not to Sign?

Shouldn’t saying “I do” be enough? For more and more marrying couples these days, before they take a walk down the aisle forevermore, they’re penning their autographs onto prenuptial agreements. 408 more words

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Prenuptial Agreements

These agreements address several different areas and it is important to keep in mind that they are simply contracts whereby you can create absolutely any terms you want that are not against public policy. 549 more words

Would you sign a prenup

The topic of prenups is one that welcomes many mixed views. Me and Josh both share our perspective on this topic. To kick this post off we should first get a better understanding of what a prenup actually is: 1,067 more words

EttaD reblogged this on Simply Etta D. and commented:

Prenup! Yay or Nay?? English Rose would love to hear what you have to say about this one ;-)

Estate Planning in Preparation for Marriage: Prenuptial Agreement vs. Irrevocable Trust

Getting married is generally a romantic event.  However, with more than 50% of marriages in the US ending up in divorce, it is crucial for a young, wealthy individual to consider premarital estate planning.  310 more words