A few weeks ago we discussed common mistakes made when creating a prenuptial agreement. Avoiding these mistakes is critical, as what may seem like a minor slipup could render the agreement void and leaving an individual susceptible to financial losses. When deciding whether a prenuptial agreement is right, an individual should not just keep an eye on common mistakes. Instead, he or she should also consider what can and can’t go into such an agreement. By knowing this, a soon-to-be married individual may be able to avoid common mistakes, ensure the agreement is valid, and thereby protect his or her financial interests.
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