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Prenuptial agreements are not just for the wealthy! Prenups can protect you (and/or your estate) in the case of divorce, separation, or death; but they also can set out specifics about how the "business" of the marriage will be conducted.  While prenuptial agreements are normally thought of as a matter of assets, there are many other concerns that can be addressed in the contract, such as: the costs of raising a child, caring for a parent or going back to school; shopping habits and matters like credit card debt; the costs and proceeds of business ownership; tax liabilities; spousal and child support from previous relationships; and even how death or disability could affect the finances of your family.

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