Prenup vs. Postnup

You’ve heard of premarital and postmarital agreements — most commonly referred to as “prenups” and “postnups.” But what’s a prenup vs a postnup? Read on to learn more. Prenups vs....
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Can You Get a Prenup After Marriage?

Many people learn more about prenups after their wedding, and wonder whether they can enter into a prenup after marriage. The short answer is no.  Prenuptial agreements must be completed before marriage.  However, Connecticut...
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Do Prenups Work?

You’re engaged and thinking of doing a prenup.  But before you move forward you want to know — do prenups work? The short answer is yes, prenuptial agreements (or “prenups”) are...
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Ketubahs & Divorce

Ketubahs, or Jewish marriage contracts, are an important component of many Jewish marriages.  They outline the rights and responsibilities of the bride and groom.  In fact, Ketubahs, which back 2000...
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The Real Reason Prenups Are Good

Most people know that prenups allow future spouses to decide what will happen to their finances should they decide down the road to divorce. But there some really important things that...
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How Do I Protect My Privacy During a Divorce?

In our article “Are Divorce Records Public in Connecticut?” we learned that generally speaking, divorce filings and documents are public records. For many people, privacy — for them, their spouse, and their...
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What Connecticut Prenups Have To Do with the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Wedding of the Year

Grab your fascinator, clot the cream, and set your alarm clock – there’s a royal wedding on the horizon! Celebrity weddings are always fodder for rumors and gossip and Prince...
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Understanding the Limitations of a Prenuptial Agreement

Prenup Limitations Prenups can’t decide child custody issues. Prenups can’t encourage divorce. A prenup can’t have rules about non-financial matters. It can’t promote unconscionable or illegal activities. Enforceability of Prenuptial...
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Understanding the Limitations of a Prenuptial Agreement

Prenup Limitations Prenups can’t decide child custody issues. Prenups can’t encourage divorce. A prenup can’t have rules about non-financial matters. It can’t promote unconscionable or illegal activities. Enforceability of Prenuptial...
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Understanding the Limitations of a Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements enable prospective spouses to decide and delineate, prior to marriage, their rights and obligations if their marriage ends – either because of the death of one spouse or...
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