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Could my future spouse and I benefit from a prenup?

To the question of whether you and your spouse could benefit from a prenuptial agreement, the answer is most definitely, "yes." It doesn't matter if either you or your spouse have any wealth, personal assets or income to protect. A prenuptial agreement creates an action plan if divorce becomes necessary. This action plan is an agreement about how you will carry out your divorce and the terms that will be applied to issues relating to asset division, alimony and more.

Should I get a prenuptial agreement?

Let's say you're 35 years old and you have a thriving medical practice. Up until now, you've been a bachelor or bachelorette, but now you're planning to get married. You know that not all marriages end in the fairy tale "to death do us part" scenario, so you're wondering if a prenuptial agreement could be right for you.

Parenting and child custody: Are you doing all the work?

Imagine you share physical and joint custody of your children with your ex. However, your ex isn't pulling his or her weight. You're the one who takes the kids to get their haircuts. You're the one who takes them back-to-school shopping. You're the one who takes them to the doctor and drives them to their school activities and does all the laundry. Is there anything you can do to get your ex to start contributing more?

Health of children incentive to play nice during divorce

A recent study published by Carnegie Mellon University showed that children who had to endure messy divorces have a higher chance of catching a cold later in life. University researchers exposed over 200 adults with the cold virus to determine if stressful childhoods affect immune systems into adulthood.

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