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What Financial Disclosures Are Required For a Valid Prenuptial Agreement in Georgia?

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Prenuptial agreements can be a great tool to give couples some financial assurance before getting married. A prenup helps to alleviate the uncertainty about what happens in the event of a divorce, and it can provide peace of mind to both parties know what to expect and what they will each be entitled to… Read More »

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Are There Alternatives to Prenuptial Agreements (Prenups) in Georgia?

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For anyone who proposed or accepted an engagement ring and is about to get married, saying or hearing, “Hey, let’s create a prenup!” may sound a little frustrating.  A “prenup” refers to a prenuptial agreement, which is designed to protect a future spouse’s property and assets in the event of divorce. For people seeking… Read More »

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What NOT To Put In A Georgia Prenup

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Prenuptial agreements are more common than they ever used to be, but this does not automatically make them easy to understand or to execute. Many couples try to create their own prenup, when in reality, there are certain things that one cannot put in an agreement of that type for a variety of reasons…. Read More »

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