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Maria Remillard Writes “How Prenup Agreements Can Avoid Nasty Surprises For Couples” for Financial Advisor

Almost everyone can benefit from prenuptial agreements these days. Discussing financial issues (both assets and debts) during wedding preparations can strengthen relationships, and creating a prenuptial agreement can save a lot of emotional anguish and legal costs down the road. Here is an excerpt of Maria Remillard’s article in Financial Advisor:

In Massachusetts, for instance, courts divide premarital and inherited assets in divorce cases—unless there is a prenuptial agreement. If a husband or wife dies without such an agreement in place, the surviving spouse could go to court and override a will.

Continue reading the full article “How Prenup Agreements Can Avoid Nasty Surprises For Couples” in Financial Advisor.

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Maria L. Rockwell Remillard

Maria Rockwell Remillard is a highly-regarded trial and appellate lawyer focusing on probate and domestic relations cases as well as all aspects of civil appeals of Massachusetts. Her clients­ often well-to-do executives residing in central Massachusetts or MetroWest ­are typically facing hotly-contested divorce litigation involving complicated family structures, pre-nuptial agreements and significant, complicated foreign and domestic assets, including stock options, trusts and performance shares relating to compensation. “In my probate practice,” according to Maria, “my cases involve rights of surviving spouses, as well as contested wills, trusts,  guardianships and conservatorships.”

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Maria L. Rockwell Remillard

Maria Rockwell Remillard is a highly-regarded trial and appellate lawyer focusing on probate and domestic relations cases as well as all aspects of civil appeals of Massachusetts. Her clients­ often well-to-do executives residing in central Massachusetts or MetroWest ­are typically facing hotly-contested divorce litigation involving complicated family structures, pre-nuptial agreements and significant, complicated foreign and domestic assets, including stock options, trusts and performance shares relating to compensation. “In my probate practice,” according to Maria, “my cases involve rights of surviving spouses, as well as contested wills, trusts,  guardianships and conservatorships.”

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