Like marital control and remarriage issues in estate planning, discussions about pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements can be challenging. However, this need not be. Where open hearts and minds are present, along with cooperative, competent, independent legal counsel on each side, a happy and satisfying result can be achieved for both parties. There is nothing to fear except a conscious or inadvertent disregard for mutual respect and independent counsel for each fiancé or spouse, as the case may be, as such marital agreements represent a significant line of defense for asset protection.
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