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What Issues Can Be Addressed in a Nebraska Prenuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement is essentially a legal contract between prospective spouses that becomes effective once they become married.  The reason pre-nups are so beneficial is that they can provide significant savings in time and money if the couple should divorce in the future, since the issues a court would normally resolve are already addressed in the prenuptial agreement. Some of the most common issues addressed in a Nebraska prenuptial agreement include: The rights and obligations of each spouse when it comes to joint and separate property, including the right to use, sell, lease, transfer, assign, exchange, or control and manage
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4 Good Reasons You Should Have a Prenup

In reality, prenuptial agreements are more than just an agreement about money.  They can also be used to address other important issues, such as providing for children from a previous relationship.  There are some things that may be even more important to you than the division of assets or spousal support — a traditional use of prenups — including these four issues: 1.  Asset protection. A prenuptial agreement can help you protect assets by specifying how both marital and non-marital assets will be divided upon a divorce.  Nebraska courts expect prenups to be fair and equitable, so don’t think you
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