If you are considering marrying later in life you need to answer two questions: "Should you sign a prenuptial agreement?" and "How will getting married affect your Estate?" Not answering these questions may result in family conflicts and lawsuits long after you get sick or pass away. Consider these three situations.
AT LEAST SEVERAL WEEKS BEFORE YOU PUT ON YOUR TUXEDO OR WEDDING DRESS, you must get advised about how to handle a Marriage Contract, and your Estate, so that those closest to you don't get into a big squabble when you're gone.
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