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Millennials are ending the stigma of prenuptial agreements

The concept of a prenuptial agreement has long had a negative connotation. Just bringing up the idea in certain circles was tantamount to saying, "I plan to get a divorce from this person I'm about to marry." Of course, we've debunked this myth on this blog several times. After all, no one gets vehicle insurance with the idea that they plan to crash their car. In the same way, no one gets a prenup with a plan to get divorced, but the prenup provides peace of mind should it happen.

Here's why you should have a prenup

Bringing up the topic of a prenup with someone you're about to marry isn't the most romantic subject matter, but it can be one of the most important discussions you have as a couple. Many couples feel like it's not necessary, especially if neither one has any assets. However, a lot can change throughout a marriage and your situation 10 years down the road may be drastically different.

Military divorce distributions

Divorce is never easy, whether it is the emotional turmoil or the legal proceedings that need to be dealt with. Military divorce follows many of the same essential legal affairs as a civilian divorce. Like all civil divorces, military divorces need to be filed in the state court as well. However, certain issues specific to the armed forces may arise in case of military divorces that make the process a little different.

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