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Are There Circumstances That Make Having a Prenup Non-Negotiable?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Regardless of whether a couple feels that discussing a prenuptial agreement is romantic or not, there are three circumstances under which they are absolutely essential: where one individual has significantly more assets than the other, when there is a family business involved on one side of the marriage, and when there are second marriages… Read More »

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Can A Prenuptial Agreement Override The Requirements Of Laws Such As the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Prenuptial agreements are an important part of providing security for a number of individuals and couples contemplating marriage, especially if there are children from previous families and concerns property division expectations, for example. However, it is important to note that prenuptial agreements must also be in accordance with what the law dictates; for example,… Read More »

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Getting Engaged? Consider Discussing a Prenup

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

For some, the concept of bringing up prenuptial agreements with their loved ones when they’re getting engaged is daunting. However, today, prenuptial agreements are now more important than ever, regardless of how wealthy couples are, especially for those who are entering their second or subsequent marriage, later in life, when they have additional assets… Read More »

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