Prenuptial Agreements: How to Write a Fair and Lasting Contract

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Nolo, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 316 pages
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Write a prenuptial agreement and enter your marriage with eyes wide open.

Marriage is one of the few personal contracts in which your state dictates the terms -- unless you create your own customized premarital agreement.

Combining Nolo's legal expertise and plain-English writing, Prenuptial Agreementsmakes a potentially touchy subject easy to deal with while explaining how to create a valid contract. This easy-to-read book covers:
  • whether a prenup is right for your relationship
  • how to decide what a prenup should include
  • how to assemble a draft agreement
  • how to turn your draft into a contract
  • tips on negotiating and communicating

    The new 3rd edition of Prenuptial Agreements is completely revised and updated to reflect current state laws, plus worksheets are provided as tear-outs and on CD-ROM, as well as clauses for preparing an agreement that suits your unique needs.

    The CD-ROM that accompanies the printed version of this book includes forms or other tools; in this eBook, you'll find all those documents in the appendix or at the back of the book.
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    About the author (2008)

    Katherine E. Stoner is an attorney/mediator in private practice with the firm of Stoner, Welsh & Schmidt in Pacific Grove, California. Ms. Stoner is a Certified Family Law Specialist, who teaches community property at Monterey College of Law and is on the training staff of the Center for Mediation and Law in Mill Valley, California. She has lectured extensively on family law and mediation and has been interviewed by major media including NBC's Today Show.

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