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Filing for divorce often means more than just ending a marriage. It can also mean separating the joint life you've built with your spouse, thereby forcing you to splitting everything. While the idea is to get through the property division process with a fair and equitable agreement, the reality is that many arguments can spark during this time, causing disputes to arise and emotions to run high.

Sarah Palin files response to husband's divorce filing

Even when a married coupe has many years under their belt, this does not mean that there relationship is indestructible. In fact, some spouses in New Hampshire and elsewhere will end their union after decades of marriage. This can make for a complex process, as this means sorting through numerous divorce issues. Doing this in front of the public eye can further complicate the process, as celebrities and public figures must deal with tabloids and public opinion on this sensitive matter.

How does a premarital agreement help with property division?

Although it is not a pleasant thought to consider, the reality is that divorce occurs rather frequently in society. Couples in New Hampshire and elsewhere divorce at a rate of nearly 50%, which makes couples seeking to wed to seriously consider the possibility that the marriage might fail. While this is a negative thought to have even before "I do" is said, it is actually a very valuable and beneficial to discuss a prenuptial agreement.

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