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Premarital Agreement Enforceability

A premarital agreement (often called a “prenuptial agreement”) can be made to plan for the possibility of a divorce. They are most often used to try to exert control over spousal support and the division of assets and debts. They can’t be used to control child support. Here are some basics as regards the enforceability of premarital agreements. Continue Reading


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