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The word Nuptial is a synonym for the word “Wedding.” A Prenuptial Agreement is an agreement entered into between two people who are going to get married (future spouses). The point to the Prenuptial Agreement is to determine division of certain matters pertaining to the marriage (for example: assets and/or liabilities division) should, unfortunately the marriage come to an eventual end. It just makes it easier if and when a couple does get divorced, because usually one does not want to deal with any of this at the time.

A Prenuptial Agreement is a very important document. To put everything down on paper for potential future use/determination secures both sides needs and alleviates concerns. It is not always easy to sit down and talk about, but a Prenuptial Agreement can save a lot of time, emotion, and stress.

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Sean Oster, Esq.


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