Prenuptial Agreements

Sandy Botkin
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Big Tip: If you are going to get married and you have substantial wealth accumulated, I would STRONGLY suggest that you get a prenuptial agreement,which will eliminate any payment from your accumulated assets if a divorce occurs. In order to make the prenuptial agreement valid , you would have to make full disclosure of your assets AND you would each need a lawyer representing each party separately.

Thus, separate representation would be required for each of you with different lawyers. Do NOT have the same lawyer represent both of you.

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