The Importance of Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements for Your Estate Plan

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Most people do not consider the importance of pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements in their estate planning process. Without these documents, spouses run the risk of having a court decide how their assets are divided in the event of divorce or death. ShuffieldLowman can help couples put these documents in place, giving them the ability to control their own assets and secure their financial future together. Watch as estate planning attorney, Paige Hammond Wolpert, explains the value of pre and postnuptial agreements for your estate plan.