A Prenup Can Protect Your Investments

These agreements are not just for the rich and famous, experts say.

Pre- and postnuptial agreements are sometimes seen as a troubling sign of distrust in what should be a loving relationship.  But advocates say they can be essential for protecting investments, especially if one partner has children from a previous relationship, even if the kids are grown.

Read the full article on how to protect your investments with a prenuptial agreement here.

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