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Jul 2020
July 06, 2020

When a Prenuptial Agreement Isn't an Option

Warner Partner Susan Gell Meyers provides strategies to protect your family business, family legacy assets and other assets acquired prior to marriage if a prenuptial agreement isn’t an option. Meyers outlines six best practices to consider if you find yourself in this circumstance. Because property and marital laws vary state to state, Meyers advises to consult with an attorney. Read the article in the Midland Daily News here.

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