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The Wall Street Journal in an article written by Mary Pilon detailed some of the reasons couples enter into prenuptial agreements. In the article, I was quoted for having noticed a trend in my practice. In conversations with many of my younger clients, I observed that often they did not want a pre-nuptial agreement to...

CNN.com offers a great primer on the pros and cons of negotiating a pre-nuptial agreements.  The pre-nup could prevent litigation in the event the marriage ends in divorce.  On the other hand, a difficult negotiation may end the relationship before a marriage takes place. I have excerpted the article here: Pre-nuptial agreements, are no longer...

 Jeffrey Lalloway points out in his California Divorce and Family Law Blog, an overwhelming 80% of divorce attorneys cited an increase in prenuptial agreements during the past five years in a recent poll of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyer (AAML) members. In addition, 65% of those surveyed answered that prenuptial agreements are most often sought...

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