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Category Archives: Prenuptial Agreements

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Prenup Remorse: Can You Get Out Of A Prenuptial Agreement Once You Have Signed It?

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You have heard of people getting cold feet before a wedding, but what if you are 100 percent sure you want to be with your spouse, but you have misgivings about your prenuptial agreement? Are prenuptial agreements set in stone? One of the purposes of a prenuptial agreement is to stop conflicts about finances… Read More »

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The Prenuptial Agreement Is Invalid If Your Spouse Lied to You About United States Law to Pressure You into Signing

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In prenuptial agreements, couples have great flexibility to make decisions about marital and non-marital assets and debts, about inheritance, and about spousal support, albeit not about children. If you and your spouse divorce, the court will enforce the terms of your prenuptial agreement unless it has a reason not to. Prenuptial agreements are invalid… Read More »

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The Future of Prenuptial Agreements in Florida: Courts Say Yes to Pet Nups and No to Baby Nups

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Prenuptial agreements are becoming more widespread, especially among younger couples, and their provisions and applications are becoming more diverse. The media stereotype of a prenuptial agreement involves a wealthy man with at least one divorce in his past marrying a younger woman and signing a prenuptial agreement specifying the maximum amount of spousal support… Read More »

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Dispelling Common Myths About Florida Prenuptial Agreements

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For a long time, prenuptial agreements have been seen as a negative element or red flag to a marriage, but they shouldn’t be. While talking about legal documents may not necessarily be romantic, they can be an important part of your financial future and protect both spouses in the unfortunate event that something happens…. Read More »

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Common Mistakes to Avoid with a Florida Prenuptial Agreement

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Before signing a prenuptial agreement, it’s imperative that you take time to ensure you completely understand the legal ramifications of the document you are signing. When drafted fairly and correctly, prenuptial agreements can be good tools for protecting someone getting into a marriage. Even if you do not consider yourself wealthy, it’s important to… Read More »

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How to Talk about a Prenup Before Your Florida Wedding

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Making the decision to ask your partner to get married can be scary and stressful enough, but this can pale in comparison to the stress and anxiety some people feel about broaching the subject of a prenup before saying “I do.” Unless the topic has been addressed in conversation before, bringing up a prenup… Read More »

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Warning Signs You Might Want to Call off Your Florida Engagement

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It’s not uncommon to hear clients say they assumed their spouse would change after the wedding, but the truth is people don’t suddenly become a different person once they say, “I do.” In most cases, the problems that existed prior to the wedding will still be there throughout the marriage itself. This can be… Read More »

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Protecting Digital Assets with a Florida Prenuptial Agreement

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When people think about prenuptial agreements and asset protection during a divorce, items like the family home, bank accounts, vehicles, and jewelry are some of the first tangible things that come to mind. There are other items that some people forget, like retirement accounts and business ownership interests that also come into play. But,… Read More »

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Reasons Your Florida Prenuptial Agreement Might be Invalid

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Prenuptial agreements can be a useful tool for couples when contemplating marriage, provided they are enforceable. They can establish financial rights and protect assets and businesses, but if they are not done correctly, you could find that what you thought was protected in case of divorce is now completely vulnerable. If you plan to… Read More »

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Do you Have to Give the Engagement Ring back in Florida?

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One of the most common questions when a couple breaks up is who gets to keep the engagement ring? Does the recipient have to give it back to the giver? What about if the break up occurs after they are already married? Much like other jurisdictions, Florida considers engagement rings to be a conditional… Read More »

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