Many issues in a Florida divorce can easily be resolved and prevented if the couple had a prenuptial agreement, or talked about the situation before it ever happens. Issues regarding finances are likely the base of any prenuptial agreement, but sometimes it may not go as planned. A divorce has recently been halted as the result of both parties violating their prenuptial agreement.
For business executives or others with very high income and substantial assets, becoming married can be a problematic step that could involve severe economic repercussions should the marriage turn out to be an ill-conceived mistake. Some individuals with children from prior marriages also want to protect them from the economic vagaries of a new marriage. These are a few reasons why someone in Florida or another state might find prenuptial agreements to be a serious option prior to tying the proverbial knot.
For a number of very logical -- and often compelling -- reasons, increasingly more couples in Florida and across the United States have been executing both prenuptial agreements and postmarital contracts in recent years.
Many Florida residents have likely followed Facebook Corp.'s initial public offering and subsequent market fluctuations with great interest. But the Facebook story contains information that goes beyond the world of finance and stretches into topics like family law. The day after the company's IPO, CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a surprise wedding where he married his longtime girlfriend.