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How prenuptial agreements work

Many couples use prenuptial or postnuptial agreements to set provisions in the event of a future divorce. Minnesota law generally enforces both kinds of agreements so long as they meet certain requirements.

A prenuptial, or antenuptial, agreement takes place before the marriage. Minnesota law sets out two broad requirements for a valid prenup.

5 tips that can help you financially survive a divorce

With divorce comes huge financial changes for both parties. If you have children, you are now maintaining two households. If you do not, you must adapt to living on one income and buying your own place, paying your own utilities and, if you have been out of the workforce, finding a job. The key to staying financially stable during and after your divorce is to plan and be ready for anything.

Understanding how divorce affects your retirement accounts

If you are going through the end of a marriage, nearly every aspect of your life undergoes some kind of change; even your professional status can be affected. It might not change your relationship with individuals at work, but both the expense and division of assets leads many professionals to revise their future plans and redirect their energies toward rebuilding. Nowhere is this truer than when a retirement account has been affected.

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