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Reasons to consider a prenuptial agreement prior to saying I do

Many engaged couples become consumed by the wedding planning process. While ensuring for a memorable and special day to commemorate a couple's union is important to many engaged couples, many fail to address important matters related to finances and property.

The benefits of adding a digital privacy clause to a prenuptial or post-nuptial

We live in a digital age where much of an individual's private and public business is conducted using online accounts and communicated via text messages and emails. Most Minnesota residents have likely heard about or have experienced first-hand cases in which the discovery of communication related to sensitive information via online or mobile technology has had negative consequences.

Using a prenuptial agreement to discourage infidelity

Spouses who decide to divorce may do so for many reasons. When an individual is asked why his or her marriage fell apart, a spouse's infidelity is often cited as the catalyst for filing divorce papers. While it may be difficult to prevent a husband or wife from cheating, a prenuptial agreement may act as a deterrent or at least help ensure a non-cheating spouse will profit handsomely.

Prenuptial agreements, not just for the very wealthy

When a couple decides to marry, there are a number of things that must be considered and decided. While aspects related to a wedding and honeymoon are often top of mind for many engaged couples, the question of whether or not to obtain a prenuptial agreement is perhaps one of the most important of all pre-marital decisions.

Ways stay-at-home moms can protect their financial futures

In years past, women in America were not afforded many of the same opportunities readily enjoyed by men. Today, however, access to equal opportunities in education and employment has resulted in many women having successful and lucrative careers.

Prenups are not just for the wealthy anymore

You don't have to be a celebrity like Katie Holmes or Kim Kardashian to draw up a prenuptial agreement. Although these arrangements are greatly talked about in celebrity relationships, these legally binding contracts are not just for the rich and the famous. In fact, more couples these days are signing prenuptial agreements.

Make your prenup as solid as your relationship: part two

Last week we discussed some of the benefits of prenuptial agreements for couples who are planning to get married. While no pair wants to think about that possibility that their marriage may not work out, it is important to give some thought to how your financial situation would be affected should that happen.

Make your prenup as solid as your relationship: part one

Many people think that only the rich and famous benefit from prenuptial agreements - think Kim Kardashian's short-lived union, for example. While it's true that these agreements are more common in high-asset marriages, any couple can reap the advantages of a little bit of financial planning.

Is a prenup right for you?

When people think of prenuptial agreements, they may picture celebrities or millionaires trying to protect their wealth in the event of a divorce. With many Hollywood marriages lasting months or less, it seems to make sense for the wealthy to take steps to ensure their finances survive the break-up of a marriage.

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