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  • September 19th, 2023

What to do before getting married?

Marriage represents a thrilling milestone, marking a profound change in one’s life. Divorce can likewise bring significant changes to one’s life. This implies that in the unfortunate event of a marriage coming to an end, there’s a need for a legal process to manage the dissolution. To facilitate this process, individuals often choose to establish a legal arrangement prior to marriage, known as a prenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement can determine how property will be allocated in case of a spouse’s death or divorce, whether alimony is available, and if so, the amount. It’s important to note that this agreement does not control child support, parental responsibility, or time sharing under Florida law. If you’re considering entering into a prenuptial agreement, it’s advisable to enlist a professional family law attorney near you. They can address any inquiries you may have and ensure that the process adheres to all legal requirements, as the law concerning prenuptial agreements is very technical in Florida.

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