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Tag Archives: Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial Agreements & Protecting Family Businesses

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

People who own and run family businesses often consult with business executive consultants and family law attorneys when the time comes to plan for the succession of their business and its passage onto the next generation, and what, specifically, that transition will look like. Interestingly, one common issue that these professionals find themselves dealing… Read More »

Modern Guidance for Prenuptial Agreements

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

For many, just bringing up the subject is a difficult, tense endeavor: how can you make sure you’re financially protected during marriage while not destroying the romantic sentiment between you and your partner? However, although it’s not always easy, it’s vitally important: for the sake of your finances, you need to draft an agreement… Read More »

Prenuptial Agreements & Estate Planning

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Prenuptial agreements are more and more popular as people are getting married later in life and after they have accumulated assets and/or had previous families that they want to make sure they provide for, striking a balance between what is left to their spouse and what is left to their children. They have also… Read More »

Unique Prenuptial Agreement Considerations for Same-Sex Couples

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Pre- and/or post-nuptial agreements are often a necessary discussion topic for couples thinking of getting married—especially those that may be entering their second or subsequent marriage; who have accumulated substantial assets and/or established previous families that they will need to provide for. And now that same-sex couples have the right to marry, they, too,… Read More »

New Harvard Study Indicates That Marriage Can Interfere with Women’s Careers

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

A new study conducted by Harvard University has some interesting implications for women with strong career goals: high-achieving women aren’t failing to meet career goals because they are opting out of the workforce to have kids (as is sometimes the prevailing notion), but rather because they are placing their husband’s careers before their own…. Read More »

Can I Get A Prenuptial Agreement If I Do Not Intend On Getting Married?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are contracts between two people who intend to get married or who are already married, that does not mean that couples who do not intend to get married cannot contract their own agreement to govern assets and other issues, such as support, concerning their relationship and living together. Under… Read More »

Can A Postnuptial Agreement Serve As An Alternative To Divorce?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Many people do not realize that you do not necessarily have to enter into an agreement prior to getting married (otherwise known as a prenuptial agreement). To be sure, you also have the option of entering into a postnuptial agreement once you are already married–even some years after you’ve been married. A Means to… Read More »

Huffington Post Highlights the Lessons Learned from Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Huffington Post recently asked people what their most valuable marriage lessons were, as learned from divorce. The responses highlight that going through a divorce often makes you “smarter” when it comes to love and relationships. These are some of the highlights of what people took away from the often difficult process: Love Yourself First… Read More »

Dealing With Mental Incapacity Issues in Florida Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Currently, a unique and very complex case (Zelman v. Zelman) is working its way through Florida courts, whereby a man suffering from dementia is seeking a divorce from his (mentally competent) wife, bringing to a head many issues.The issue of what to do when a family member suffers from dementia and/or is otherwise declared… Read More »

What Happens To Property Without A Prenuptial Agreement?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Many people believe that prenuptial agreements are only for wealthy individuals with many assets; however, these agreements not only protect marital property in the relationship between a married couple, but in your relationship with the state of Florida as well. In other words, without a prenuptial agreement in place, state laws determine what happens… Read More »

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