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A prenuptial agreement, also known as a "prenup," is a legal document that addresses a couple's specific desires for property distribution in the event of a divorce. The prenuptial agreement is a contract that is made between couples before entering a marriage. Prenups typically have a bad reputation, but they are simply a preventive measure than can help protect a person's assets in the event of a divorce. If you are considering establishing a prenuptial agreement in Phoenix, do not try to undertake this legal matter on your own. Because a prenuptial agreement consists of documents that are prepared with the sole purpose of protecting your assets, one minor mistake could potentially put all of your property, money, and assets in danger. Speak with us about protecting your children's inheritances, your home, retirement funds, or other assets that you want to protect after a divorce in Phoenix, Arizona.
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