I’m Engaged to be Married. We are Madly in Love. Why Should We Get a Premarital Agreement?
If you are engaged to be married, and although you may be madly in love, it is still in your best interest to get a premarital to agreement. A premarital agreement will allow you to protect your assets and income, as well as just have a clear agreement up front in the event that you and your partner decide to divorce.
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