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Making the Decision to Get a Prenuptial Agreement

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Updated 8:00 AM CST, Tue, November 26,2019

Miami, FL – Prenuptial agreements remain something of a sensitive topic as couples must entertain the idea that a divorce is a real possibility. Although divorce is common, a prenuptial agreement may help strengthen the bond between spouses.

Miami, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/26/2019 -- A prenuptial agreement is a comprehensive outline dictating a couple's finances in the event the couple decides to divorce. The agreement includes information on the proper division of assets, which spouse has to pay which debt, the division of any property owned, trust creation for estate planning, and any other issues pertaining to the couple's finances. A prenup may also stipulate spousal support terms after the marriage dissolution.

It's worth noting that a prenuptial agreement has nothing to do with child custody. Child custody is a completely separate issue decided by the court where the best interests of the child are paramount. Clauses pertaining to housework, sexual relations, or the ex-spouse's physical appearance cannot be legally enforced.

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Consisting of attorneys Raymond J. Rafool, II, David R. Hazouri, Seth J. Rutman, and C. Francesca Corallo, the firm of Rafool, LLC has a strong reputation throughout Florida and ithas numerous years of experience representing clients involved in complex divorce cases as well as other matters involving family law. For any questions or concerns about a domestic or family issue, the firm is here to assist clients by providing educated advice and skilled, professional advocacy. Call 305-567-9400 to speak with one of the firm's Miami family law lawyers.

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