Requiring a prenuptial agreement before your spouse remarries can provide peace of mind and protect your spouse, your children, and their inheritance. If you leave your assets in a trust for your spouse and children, you can require your spouse obtain a prenuptial agreement before remarriage. This can protect your loved ones. Read the following post by my friend and colleague Steve Hartnett, an estate planning expert, to find out more about prenuptial agreements.
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