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What Are Reasons That Spouses Try to Renegotiate Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements?

More than ever before, American couples are using prenuptial and postnuptial agreements to protect their interests and avoid expensive battles over financial matters if they divorce. While some of these documents remain in force as long as the marriage lasts, it is important to remember that marital agreements are just like any other contracts and… Read More »

Wait, Cohabitate, Negotiate: The Millennial Approach to Marriage

The oldest Millennials are now older than 40 years old, and even the youngest members of this generation have entered their late twenties. With these Americans now well into the typical marrying years, we have a good idea regarding their approach to the institution of marriage. Trends in millennial marriage reflect other societal changes and… Read More »

Grey Divorcées Should Sign Grey Prenups

In recent years, there has been a notable increase in the number of empty-nesters and retirees who’ve gotten divorced. It makes perfect sense not to spend your golden years in a broken relationship, but once you’ve found a new relationship, you should bear in mind that it too could break. That’s why we at Bryan… Read More »