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When to Make Changes to Your Prenuptial Agreement

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

For engaged couples, a premarital agreement can provide both a level of protection and of security. In addition to specifying how property and assets will be divided in the event the marriage ends, it allows for a full disclosure regarding both party’s finances and spending habits while addressing important estate planning issues. The agreement… Read More »

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Considering Remarriage? Four Issues You Need to Address

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Just because your first or even second marriage did not work out, it does not mean love is not in the cards. People fall in love again at any age and find themselves ready to take another stroll down the aisle. While this can be a wonderful, happy occasion for all your family and… Read More »

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Four Reasons You May Need to Change Your Prenuptial Agreement

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Creating a prenuptial agreement is a smart move for any couple who is engaged and planning on getting married. In addition to opening lines of communication about financial matters and lifestyles, this important document also helps to protect both of you in the event of unexpected circumstances or a divorce. However, while it generally… Read More »

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Four Reasons Why Older Couples Need a Florida Prenuptial Agreement

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Falling in love and deciding to get married is a magical time for couples. This is true regardless of their age and any previous relationships they may have been in. However, while it is easy to get swept up in the excitement and romance of it all, there are some important issues older couples… Read More »

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Tips for Bringing Up a Pre- or Postnuptial Agreement

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

When marriages end in divorce, much of the conflict is likely to stem over how property and assets accumulated during the course of the marriage will be divided between each spouse. Having a pre or postnuptial agreement in place can help to protect you both, while potentially avoiding certain conflicts. Unfortunately, some couples fail… Read More »

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Five Reasons to Get a Postnuptial Agreement

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

A postnuptial agreement is similar to a prenuptial agreement, in that it protects your rights and interests concerning marital property and assets in the event you and your spouse end up getting a divorce. The main difference is that while couples generally enter a prenup while they are engaged, a postnuptial agreement is not… Read More »

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Four Things to Include In Your Premarital Agreement

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

While happily engaged couples may balk at the notion that they would ever actually need a prenuptial agreement, the fact is these documents important issues relevant to your marriage. While it is true that they can be crucial to defending your rights to property and assets in the event of a divorce, the fact… Read More »

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The Pro and Cons of Signing a Prenup

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

For couples about to get married, the decision on whether or not to enter into a prenuptial agreement is an emotionally charged topic. Partners are often hesitant to bring it up with their prospective partner out of fear of giving the wrong impression. A prenup is not an early indicator of a divorce, nor… Read More »

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Myths about Premarital Agreements

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

In the flurry of activity involved during an engagement and when making wedding plans, it is important to keep in mind practical matters that have the potential to impact you and your fiance’s future. While bringing up the topic of a premarital agreement may seem awkward or decidedly unromantic, the fact is it can… Read More »

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Challenging a Prenuptial Agreement

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

In the event of a divorce or the death of one of the spouses, a prenuptial agreement specifies how property and assets are to be divided. As a legal document, a prenup can be useful in protecting the financial security of other family members and preserving the rights of certain beneficiaries, such as children… Read More »