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Have assets?  Own a business? Second marriage?  Later in life marriage? Moving in with a significant other?  If you answered "yes" to any of these, keep reading.

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If we could re-write every love story where someone enters a marriage with significant assets or debts to include a prenuptial agreement, we would.  Why? Because we strive for peace, whether a relationship lasts a lifetime or a fleeting moment.

A prenuptial agreement is not only about protecting assets when a relationship ends, it's also about setting financial expectations during the marriage. Insomuch as financial issues ever lead to divorce, a prenuptial agreement can be a proactive step in preventing divorce.

A prenuptial agreement is a practical and forward-thinking step. By addressing financial matters proactively, couples can build a foundation of trust and understanding, setting the stage for a more secure and harmonious future together.


Ultimately, a prenuptial agreement is not just about planning for the worst but also about fostering a healthy financial partnership within the bounds of love and commitment.

To learn more about how we can help you build a strong foundation for your relationship, call about our prenuptial, cohabitation, and postnuptial agreements.


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Call or email our office to learn more about your options and if Wysocki Law is a good fit for your situation.

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