Published January 17, 2000
by Windstorm Creative .
Written in English
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Clear and entertaining, this book is a good starting place for those considering a prenuptial agreement. -- Library Journal, January 5, Compassionate and clear, this is a book for lovers young and old. -- Publishers Weekly, Janu /5(22). A Prenuptial Agreement, also commonly known as a Prenup, is a contract entered into by two individuals who are about to get Agreement outlines the financial obligations of both Parties and includes a plan of how to divide assets and debt obligations if the marriage ever comes to an tial Agreements are often associated with individuals /5(). There are certain crucial elements that go into creating an ironclad prenuptial agreement. Depending on the complexity of the assets involved, a prenup does not have to cost too much but it will. Prenuptial Agreement. This Agreement is entered into on this _____, by and between _____ (hereafter referred to as “_____”) and _____ (hereafter referred to as “_____”).. Purpose. The parties intend to marry each other on _____ in _____, _____. In advance of their marriage, the parties wish to provide for their rights and obligations in and to each other’s .
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The prenuptial agreement is hardly a new form of legal document. In fact, they have been around in some form or another for thousands of years. The practice of writing a prenuptial agreement before marriage was most commonly used in European and in Far Eastern cultures where royal families have always made provisions for protecting their riches. A prenuptial agreement ("prenup" for short) is a written contract created by two people before they are married. A prenup typically lists all of the property each person owns (as well as any debts) and specifies what each person's property rights will be after the marriage. In some states, a prenuptial agreement is known as an "antenuptial. A prenuptial agreement, antenuptial agreement, or premarital agreement (commonly referred to as a prenup), is a written contract entered into by a couple prior to marriage or a civil union that enables them to select and control many of the legal rights they acquire upon marrying, and what happens when their marriage eventually ends by death or divorce. "Just like a romantic partnership, a marriage is a financial partnership," Wallack says. "A prenuptial agreement is a business transaction within your marriage, so just like any other financial discussion, try to put your emotions aside and think clearly." Mistake 4: You reach an agreement quickly just to end the discussion.