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Understand the current division of retirement accounts in divorce

You've worked hard to get yourself prepared for retirement. Now, you find out that your marriage is ending. You might have some concerns about what is going to happen to your retirement nest egg. This isn't always something pleasant to think about, but you should do just this sooner rather than later.

Get the prenuptial agreement handled early in the engagement

As we recently discussed, there are many things for you to consider when you are creating a prenuptial agreement. You and your future spouse have to be sure that the terms of the agreement are fair for both parties. This is something that is better done now rather than later because if it isn't fair, it might be tossed out if you ever have to use it.

Plan your prenuptial agreement carefully

A prenuptial agreement is something that can help your marriage. It can also help you handle the property division process if you end up getting a divorce. There seems to be a misconception that only rich people need prenups. This isn't the case. All adults who are getting married can benefit from a prenuptial agreement.

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