Tying the knot. Settling down. Getting hitched. Taking the plunge. Regardless of what you call it, getting married is one of life’s great events. For estate planners, the marriage of a client or a client’s family member traditionally meant one thing: the preparation of a prenuptial agreement (prenup). But, within the estate-planning world, there’s a shift taking place. Planners are moving away from the typical financially focused, quantitative estate plan toward a
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