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A prenuptial agreement could protect you during a divorce

Many people who are living in Massachusetts are against prenuptial agreements in this modern day and age, but they can serve as your protection in the event that you divorce. Of course, you do not want to think about divorce just as you are getting married, but situations arise in which it is unavoidable all too often. Under these circumstances, you could lose the assets that you have worked hard to gain if you do not have a prenuptial agreement.

Traditionally, spouses share property equally. This stems from times when most people did not get divorced due to social stigmas and consequences. In the modern day, people are free to divorce as they need. Divorce is a very personal matter and it is often done to protect the individual or children in areas that range from emotional to physical well-being.

People are choosing to remarry after a divorce more frequently as well. It is these situations in which a prenuptial agreement is especially necessary. As you go through life, build a career and collect your own assets, you will earn accomplishments that you will not want to lose to another person. Your prenuptial agreement can protect you.

Prenuptial agreements are not just for divorce. They can also outline plans to care for your spouse, children and assets in the event of your death. For these reasons, all couples who are entering marriage should consider drafting a prenuptial agreement. If you have additional questions, speaking with an experienced attorney could be beneficial. 

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