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“Be willing to have tough conversations. They’re not the things that break relationships; they’re the things that can save them.”

— JENNA GALBUT

 
 

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You and your partner are ready to take the next step in setting your marriage up for success. Creating a prenuptial agreement will provide several benefits, such as protecting your marriage, protecting your children, ensuring fairness, and sparking honest conversations

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Quite similar to prenuptial agreements, but created after holy matrimony. They offer the same protections and benefits as prenuptial agreements. They are also great to help get a relationship back on track.

These are meant for couples who are living together & sharing resources, but not currently engaged or perhaps planning on not wedding at all. It's a great way to protect individuals who are cohabitating together and essentially acting as married partners.

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If your partner presented you with a prenuptial agreement, postnuptial agreement, or cohabitation agreement, it is important you review it carefully and understand the terms fully. It can be intimidating and overwhelming, but we help give you peace of mind throughout the process.

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