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Making And Breaking Premarital Agreements In Port St. Lucie

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Aside from infidelity, money is the most common source of marital conflict that leads to divorce. Fundamentally, some people are savers and some people are spenders. There is nothing inherently wrong with either approach, which may be why these types of people are so incompatible. In this light, a premarital agreement is much more… Read More »

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Love, Baseball, And Premarital Agreements

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As another baseball season comes to a close, we pause to remember that magical moment when an ownership dispute turned into an object lesson on the importance of spousal agreements in divorce cases. In the early 2000s, Frank and Jamie McCourt owned the Los Angeles Dodgers. After winning the World Series in 1988, thanks… Read More »

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How Do Prenuptial Agreements Work In Port St. Lucie?

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Responsible homeowners always purchase insurance. Although they do not expect the house to burn down, and they certainly do not hope the house burns down, they want to be prepared for the unexpected. A prenuptial agreement is basically the same thing. No couple expects or hopes to get a divorce. But if the unexpected… Read More »

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What You Need To Know About Premarital Agreements In Florida

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Money is one of the biggest sources of friction in any relationship. That’s especially true in subsequent marriages. These couples usually have significant non-marital assets. These individuals often have significant non-marital debt as well. So, either extra money or a lack of money could be a problem. A premarital agreement completely removes money from… Read More »

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Some Key Things To Know About Premarital Agreements In Florida

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When some people see “prenuptial agreement,” they think “rich movie star.” Indeed, a generation ago, super-rich couples were usually the only ones who worried about premarital agreements in family law matters. The laws were very inconsistent, even from county to county and certainly from state to state. But by the late 1990s, most all… Read More »

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What You Need To Know About Premarital Agreements

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Here in Florida, there is a strong undercurrent in family law in favor of spousal agreements, because even if the parties cannot reach a satisfactory accord on all issues, they can at least narrow the disputes that remain. That trend is particularly strong in terms of premarital agreements, largely thanks to the Uniform Premarital… Read More »

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Making And Breaking Premarital Agreements

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Although no one expects to die early, people with dependents to support almost always obtain life insurance policies, to be prepared for the unthinkable. For the same reason, couples with any assets should consider a premarital agreement, because such documents are far more than “divorce insurance.” They allow people to make important financial and… Read More »

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Making And Breaking Premarital Agreements

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There is nothing fun about taking out a life insurance policy, and certainly a life insurance plan does not mean that the signer expects to die early. However, responsible people purchase such policies, to be prepared for the unexpected and help everything go a bit more smoothly in the event of an untimely death…. Read More »

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How To Make And Break Premarital Agreements In Florida

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Even if property agreements were nothing more than “divorce insurance,” they would still be worthwhile. After all, responsible people often obtain life insurance policies, especially after they start families, even if the likelihood of dying young is almost zero. But the fact is premarital agreements are much more and can actually strengthen a marriage…. Read More »

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Overturning Premarital Agreements In Florida

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Since there is a strong presumption towards enforcing spousal agreements in divorce proceedings, spousal property agreements are difficult, although not impossible, to successfully challenge. Fundamentally, challenging parties must establish that they had no meaningful choice as to whether or not to sign the document, either because the other spouse did not completely disclose all… Read More »

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