Before entering into a marriage, some parties are concerned about what may occur should the marriage dissolve. Parties may have concerns about monies, properties, businesses, the children, possibility of alimony, etc. A pre-nuptial agreement will govern the distribution of items and responsibilities following the end of a marriage. However, many factors need to be addressed in any pre-nuptial agreement, among them, what assets are at stake, the date of the impending marriage, and what can and cannot be governed by a pre-nuptial agreement. Call Frank Family Law if you want to learn more from a family law attorney in Orlando you can really count on.
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