A new phenomena is sweeping across the nation and that is Post-Nuptial Agreements. While Post-Nuptial Agreements require greater financial disclosure than your average Pre-Nuptial Agreement, many couples in their second or third marriages are finding them to be a useful tool to insure that their estates are passed onto their own children when they die. With many people on their 2nd, 3rd or even 4th marriages, often times a couple wants to complete the necessary paperwork to insure that their blood children are the beneficiary of their estate upon their death. A Post-Nuptial Agreement can make sure that this happens. While I'm not sure that a Post-Nuptial Agreement is a good idea for everyone, I think it can be a helpful estate planning tool.
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