How a Prenuptial Agreement Might Not Protect You from Divorce Obligations in Bankruptcy

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Published on: May 29, 2014

Prenuptial Agreements are often used to negotiate many terms of a divorce in advance of the marriage itself. However, they cannot definitively allow you to preplan a bankruptcy discharge of your obligations under it. In this episode, Meryl and Steve talk about why these agreements cannot be worded in such a way as to create dischargeable obligations, and how you can still exit bankruptcy bound by their terms.

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