Advisors: Prenup Pitfalls to Avoid

Bringing up the idea of a prenup can be a tricky topic for someone who’s about to be married. But prenuptial agreements can be a delicate matter for advisors, too.

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Comments (1)
Wonderfully said! Succinct and to the point. I broach this subject in my new book, COVERING YOUR ASSets, and point out that if a pre-nup is approached correctly, it can actually be a positive.
Posted by Leonard C | Monday, March 03 2014 at 4:54PM ET
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