Prenuptial agreements in Cumming, GA

Prenuptial agreements have gotten a bad reputation over the years. Thanks to their presence in popular TV shows and movies, many people incorrectly assume that prenups are only for super-rich elderly people who are marrying someone decades younger than them. This stigma couldn’t be further from the truth. Residents of Cumming, Georgia should educate themselves […]

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What factors may invalidate a prenuptial agreement in Georgia?

Prenuptial agreements are common among couples who have substantial assets across Georgia. A couple that creates a prenuptial agreement usually has good reasons to do so. These reasons may include protecting a family business, keeping financial assets separate, or property ownership. Most of the time, these prenuptial agreements are done right and are legal documents. […]

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What is the purpose of a prenuptial agreement?

When a Georgia couple decides to get married, they do not usually want to think about what will happen if they get a divorce. However, with thousands of couples filing for divorce each year, it is in the best interest of engaged couples to prepare for the worst-case scenario. A prenuptial agreement provides you and […]

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Wedding Insurance? How About Marriage Insurance

Insurance has become one of the most profitable markets in the United States. Almost anything can be insured these days. A recent article in CNBC.com discusses wedding insurance, which is a policy that engaged couples and other invested parties can purchase to protect their investment in a wedding – an investment that costs $33,000 on […]

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Do YOU need a prenuptial agreement?

For years most attorneys, law firms and everyone else out on the internet seemed to be in agreement that if you are entering into a marriage, you should have a prenuptial agreement.IN more recent years, however, this opinion is starting to change in many circles. Some purported experts are downplaying the value of prenuptial agreements […]

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Consider whether you should challenge your prenup

Prenuptial agreements are some of the most important contracts in family law. They no longer represent an “anti-love” contract that immediately dooms a marriage before it starts. Instead, prenuptial agreements are now seen as prudent legal documents that protect each spouse from the pitfalls of the standard divorce process. Having a prenup allows you to […]

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Protect your business ownership in divorce

If you are like most successful entrepreneurs and other business owners, the business itself represents your life work. It is one of the most important aspects of your life, something you want to protect against any attacks and challenges. However important a business can be to entrepreneurs, many don’t properly protect their businesses against the […]

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When drafting a prenup, what are you allowed to include?

A couple of weeks ago, we wrote a post about prenuptial agreements and the “lifestyle clauses” that can be included in these contracts. These are personal provisions that can cover a vast amount of behaviors and actions. But it got us thinking about what can, and can’t, be included in a prenuptial agreement. While some […]

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Why are attorneys so lukewarm about ‘lifestyle clauses’ in prenups?

If an engaged friend or family member was to inform you of their intention to execute a prenuptial agreement, chances are good that you wouldn’t have too much of a reaction. That’s largely because society as a whole has become far more accepting of these legally binding documents and the peace of mind they can […]

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