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prenuptial agreement

Weddings, Engagements and Prenups

Help clients address the “what ifs” before the “I dos.”

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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