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Florida Prenuptial Agreements

By Blair H. Chan, III, PLLC |

When most people think about prenuptial, or premarital, agreements they think of the television stereotype: the older, wealthier husband forcing his new, younger wife to sign away her rights in the event of divorce. However, prenuptial agreements can be incredibly beneficial to couples who would like to determine their own financial futures in case… Read More »

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Prenups and Postnups: How Far Do They Extend?

By Blair H. Chan, III, PLLC |

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements have become incredibly common. Both are preemptive ways of specifying what happens to property and assets in the event spouses divorce. While most prenups and postnups are created out of mutual respect between the parties, there are some circumstances in which they are they are not created in a manner… Read More »

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How Prenups Are Affected by the New Tax Plan

By Blair H. Chan, III, PLLC |

In December 2017, Congress and the Trump administration passed a tax overhaul. The plan significantly impacts prenuptial and alimony agreements. This post attempts to provide an overview of what those who currently have or are considering prenuptial or alimony arrangements, need to know. How Do Taxes Relate to Prenuptial Agreements and Alimony? One common… Read More »

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In Focus: Discussing a Prenuptial Agreement with Your Fiancé

By Blair H. Chan, III, PLLC |

Today, many individuals are delaying marriage in order to advance in their careers. Similarly, it is becoming increasingly common for people to enter into second marriages. In both situations, it is likely that these parties have accumulated significant assets. This makes having a prenuptial agreement a good idea if you plan on marrying in… Read More »

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3 Common Myths About Prenuptial Agreements

By Blair H. Chan, III, PLLC |

Prenuptial agreements are rarely an easy topic. Newly engaged couples often cannot imagine the possibility of divorcing their significant other while they are planning their new lives together. Prenuptial agreements are often taboo for many reasons. Unfortunately, that means that some couples that could use a prenuptial agreement do not make one because they… Read More »

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