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Our attorneys realize that many couples who are beginning a second marriage, or marrying later in life, often have acquired property that they wish to protect from the effects of divorce, or to preserve, so that upon their death, it may be left to their children from a prior relationship. The proper method to address these issues is the execution of an appropriate Prenuptual, or Premrital Agreement. Mr. Cecil drafted many such agreements, which have covered a broad range of unusual and unique situations, and both have reviewed and negotiated agreements prepared by other counsel. If you have concerns about the effect of your pending marriage on your existing property, or upon property you might acquire later, our attorneys can counsel you as to whether a Premarital Agreement might be appropriate for your situation.