Great Tips to Help You Protect Your Assets Before Remarrying

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Prenuptial Agreement is a Must
Settling these issues in a prenuptial agreement will make the distribution of assets easier in case of divorce or a death of a spouse. Prenuptial ... more 
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Prenuptial Agreement is a Must
Settling these issues in a prenuptial agreement will make the distribution of assets easier in case of divorce or a death of a spouse. Prenuptial agreements are a pre-marriage settlement between the individuals intending to marry, over the distribution of the assets they own. Although these agreements can be addressed after marriage as well (postnuptial agreements), but it is always recommended that such issues are addressed before you two tie the knot. The payment of alimony and property divisions are some common issues that are agreed on in a prenuptial agreement.
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Second marriages are extremely common these days. Since you are preparing to take the plunge one more time, it is important that you keep your interests and assets protected in case you two end up divorcing or if you die before your partner. Other than this, the children's interest from the first marriage should also be protected in case the parent marries another person.

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