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Common Myths About Prenups

Prenuptial agreements, more commonly referred to as a prenup, have gained popularity over recent years as a way of setting out financial boundaries within a marriage and protecting the assets of each individual spouse.

As a result, myths relating to their effectiveness and legality have also grown in abundance. In this article we will attempt to dispel some of the most common myths about prenups.

But first, what does a prenup do? Prenups are essentially a private contract, entered into by a couple prior to marriage, which specifies how their individual assets should be distributed in the event that they separate or get divorced.

Essentially, they are designed to prevent financial disputes arising in the case of divorce.

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