Millennials are using prenuptial agreements to plan various aspects of their marriage including social media and even pets. They’re doing so as a result of directly addressing realities that are relevant to their era that weren’t around before.
Author: Raymond Hekmat
Before you freak out, understand that this can be an opportunity to have tough, but rewarding and revealing talks with your partner. We’ll walk you through what to expect in this article.
Postnuptial agreements work similarly to prenups, but operate after you get married. They help you define the rules and guidelines of your marriage and empower you to have crucial talks about finances after tying the knot.
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