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Financial discussions could result in a prenuptial agreement

Marriage is the act of combining two lives into one, and there are many considerations that must be made to ensure that a match will be rewarding and fulfilling for both parties. Aside from physical attraction and romantic love, there are a number of practical matters that will define the days and years that make up an Alabama marriage. Financial concerns are one of the most important topics that should be discussed prior to marriage, and those discussions often reveal the need to draft a prenuptial agreement.

Severing financial ties during an Alabama divorce

Divorce can be full of uncertainties, and all Alabama spouses must realize that there is no way to predict how a person will react to the end of his or her marriage. Some spouses will accept the change and work toward reaching a mutually beneficial divorce settlement, while others will make every conceivable effort to delay, derail or complicate the divorce from start to finish. Because it is impossible to know what to expect, all spouses may benefit by preparing for the worst, while hoping for the best.

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