Richard Locke on Pre-nuptial Agreements

Posted on March 11, 2014 by

Almost everyone who gets married thinks that it will last until the death of one of the parties – in fact that pledge is made at most weddings – unfortunately about one half of those people end up being wrong. Divorce courts are given broad discretion in dividing property and setting spousal support. Pre-nuptial agreements (“Prenups”) can eliminate many of the uncertainties and risks associated with divorce litigation.

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Richard Locke on Pre-nuptial Agreements

Almost everyone who gets married thinks that it will last until the death of one of the parties – in fact that pledge is made at most weddings – unfortunately about one half of those people end up being wrong. Divorce courts are given broad discretion in dividing property and setting spousal support. Pre-nuptial agreements (“Prenups”) can eliminate many of the uncertainties and risks associated with divorce litigation.

Read the full article at Work It, Richmond »