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Prenuptial agreement can be helpful for Georgia couples

On Behalf of | Feb 13, 2014 | Prenuptial Agreements |

A prenuptial agreement can be very helpful for certain couples. While not all Georgia couples may need a prenuptial agreement, it is certainly worth investigating before making a decision. A recent article gave a few examples of why this document could be helpful to some individuals.

Couples with investments and other assets may find a prenuptial agreement beneficial if trying to protect their financial stability. It can also be important to include children in these agreements. While a person marrying for the second or third time may only have adult children, it can be critical that they are included if the parent wishes to leave them any assets. This can help protect the person’s belongings or assets should an unfortunate situation occur.

Since this can be a sensitive topic, it can be a good idea to talk about it early in the planning process in order to have time to adjust to the idea and realize what type of documents will be needed to put the agreement in place. Putting a prenuptial agreement in place doesn’t have to be difficult if the right steps are taken, but in order to avoid any undue stress, having the most time possible is a good idea. Having both parties well-informed about the benefits can help the individuals move forward with a positive attitude.

Realizing a prenuptial agreement is favorable for both parties can be half of the battle. At that point, discussing the specific details can help the couple make sure they are on the same page as they move forward with the marriage. Thankfully, there is plenty of material available in order to help Georgia individuals thoroughly understand what can be accomplished by having an agreement in place.

Source: Huffington Post, Unpacking Prenuptial Agreements, Caroline Choi, Feb. 4, 2014

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