Everyone who gets married typically brings something of value into the marriage, which is why considering a prenuptial agreement isn’t such a bad idea.
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Knowing what you can and cannot include in a prenuptial agreement should be your first task when considering one.
If you start the discussions about a prenuptial agreement early and the communication lines are open, you and your soon-to-be spouse should be able to resolve most issues.
There are far too many myths about prenuptial agreements — most of them negative and misleading. The intent for such an agreement is to protect the parties entering in to one.
Going through a divorce is difficult enough. As you process your feelings, the last thing you want to have to deal with is regret that you did not sign a prenuptial agreement.
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