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Couples who plan to marry should consider entering into a prenuptial agreement in order to have a formal outline of how they would divide their assets and property in the event the marriage does not work out. The recent news that Johnny Depp’s wife filed for divorce, and the couple did not have a prenuptial agreement, will likely highlight issues that can occur when someone with considerable assets marries without a prenuptial agreement. In such situations, the Courts look at all of the assets and determine what property is separate versus marital, the money the couple made during the marriage, and their debts. Having a prenuptial agreement in place will give a couple more control over how assets are divided if anything should happen, and prevents having someone else make the determination.
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