Getting Married? Maybe Divorced? Relationship Resolutions for 2016

Instead of Happy New Year, maybe it’s just a hopeful one: You’re getting married, or maybe you’re getting divorced. Either way, the calendar is about to turn. With it comes an opportunity to start fresh and take control of your life. Some advice from the attorneys at CT Mediation Center.

If you’re getting married:

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Why Your Prenuptial Agreement is NOT a DIY Project

Getting married is expensive—the average couple spent $35,000 in 2014 on their wedding. With such a budget-busting number on your mind, it’s easy to start thinking in terms of shortcuts. While it’s true you can download a DIY prenuptial agreement, it’s better to save on guest mints than to scrimp on legal counsel.

Here’s how a DIY prenuptial agreement can fail most couples.

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What Should Your Prenuptial Agreement Cover?

Marriage is not only a public statement of a couple's emotional commitment, but a powerful legal and economic relationship. At CT Mediation Center, we believe prenuptial agreements are a tool for money management and financial planning—not a blueprint for divorce. This is Part 4 in a series on prenuptial agreements.

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