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Could A Post Nuptial Agreement Save Your Marriage?

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If you're working on your marriage, trying to save your relationship, then you need to create a post-nuptial agreement. The communication that goes into creating one of these agreements means that your relationship could be transformed in a meaningful and lasting way. If it doesn't create lasting change, then the agreement could make your divorce much. much easier and significantly less expensive.

Joining Mandy for this Conversation is attorney Tom Gardiner, author of The Post Nup Solution: How To Save A Marriage In Crisis Or End It Fairly. (Available on Amazon) Tom is a business attorney who has created many partner and sharehold agreements which involve many hours with the parties planning out the future and how to handle what-ifs. "But with the most important relationship, the spousal relationship, people don't do that," said Gardiner. "If corporate clients can do this, why can't couples?"

Listen in to learn what goes into a post-nup, how you can create your own and how it might help you in divorce. If you're looking for synopsis, check out Mandy's Since My Divorce blog.

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