Getting Hitched? Here’s Why You Need To Say ‘I Do’ To A Prenup By Lucinda Holliday

For many years, even so much as mentioning the word ‘Prenup’ to your husband or wife-to-be could put your relationship on the brink, due to the common view that it shows a lack of commitment to the marriage and a lack of faith in the partnership.   However, for couples planning to tie the knot, getting a prenup makes practical sense and can, in actual fact, strengthen your relationship by showing your partner you are responsible and forward-thinking. If you are in two minds about whether getting a prenup is the right decision for you, here are the main things you need to know as advised by Lucinda Holliday, the head of family and divorce at Blaser Mills Law. What is a prenup? Short for ‘prenuptial agreement’ (or premarital agreement), a prenup is a contract that two people enter into before marriage or civil partnership that spells out the conditions of how…

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