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Prenuptial Agreements — What Can They Actually Do in Georgia?

by The Anderson Firm, LLC

As with so many other things in society, millennials are rewriting the rules. With a more equitable workforce (in terms of gender), marrying later in life, and a desire to hold onto hard-earned assets, prenuptial agreements are as popular as ever. It seems fiancés are discovering that prenuptial agreements are useful for more than just the ultra-wealthy.

Functions of Prenuptial Agreements in Georgia

The most widely understood utility of prenuptial agreements is the ability for independently wealthy spouses to keep many of their assets after a divorce. Separate property, which is property owned by spouses before marriage, could become marital property through commingling...

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