The cake has been chosen, the reception hall reserved, and all the attire ordered. Creating a marriage contract is probably the last thing on your mind. However, by working with your spouse-to-be to design your particular marriage contract, you control the relationship and direct your future.
What to Do Before "I Do" takes the potentially unromantic idea of a prenuptial agreement and makes you see its importance to your relationship. Proper planning will answer questions such as-
Will your child continue to be cared for in the manner you wish if you pass away?
Is your fiancé's debt your responsibility?
Can your wife claim your premarital property in a divorce?
People often enter marriage with only a vague understanding of their partner's financial status. Even if you decide against a prenuptial agreement, after reading this book, you will realize how important it is to go into a marriage with your eyes wide open.
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About the Author
When she's not busy writing and lawyering, Nihara spends her time chasing her toddler son, Aman, through Central Park. She and her husband, Trin, have been married for seven years-and they hope to be blessed with seventy more wonderful years together,
Nihara has a few simple words of wisdom for soon-to-be-newlyweds:
Plan for every possibility, but hope for the very best-and may the joys of married life exceed even your wildest expectations.