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Prenuptial Agreements, Part 2: Common Prenup Mistakes to Avoid

Beware! If you believe you’ve already figured out what you will do in case you divorce…there are many things you may not have considered or realized are important to discuss before you sign your prenup. Learning what you "don’t know that you don’t know" is essential, and how you go about it can either strengthen or derail your relationship!

In this second part of a conversation with Erik Newton -- former family law attorney and current publisher and producer of Together Magazine and Podcast– we discuss:

  • The common challenges dominant/passive partners face and what you need to know
  • The number one thing that will derail your marriage and what to do instead
  • The power of using conflict to have a breakthrough in communication

 

 

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