If you’re thinking of moving in with your partner, or planning to get married, you should consider making a prenup if:

• It’s your second marriage, and you wish to keep separate some of the assets from your first marriage. This will allow you to pass them on to your children
• One of you has more assets or more debt than the other
• You want to protect your interest in a family business
• You expect a significant inheritance and want to protect your interest

Of course, these are only a few examples. There may be other situations in which a prenup agreement is appropriate. If you’re uncertain, it’s best to get legal advice as soon as possible.

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