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Are the scars from an unsuccessful first marriage keeping you from marrying a second time? Are you afraid of committing again -- even if you think you've found the right person? Then this book is meant for you. The authors show you how to get past the disappointment of a broken marriage and take positive control of your romantic life. You'll learn to identify what went wrong the first time, overcome any lingering doubts or insecurities, and embrace the joys and rewards that only a successful marriage can offer. The second time around also brings with it the complications of your past histories. In this book, you'll learn the best way to deal with: e x-spouses and in-laws, stepchildren, finances, prenuptial agreements, and much more.
Some people will try to tell you that "fairy tale" relationships don't exist. Well, they do. There are tens of thousands of couples who would say that they are living in a blissful relationship. A large percentage of them have never even had a fight. We all wish we could have that fairy tale relationship, where we indeed live happily ever after. With the material the author shares in 50 Secrets of Blissful Relationships, Volume I and II - now it will be possible.
Couples now have a lot more to think about when getting married than planning the perfect ceremony and choosing the ideal honeymoon spot. Many also decide to enter into a marriage contract before tying the knot, for many different reasons: To protect or deal with assets brought into the marriage by one or both partners. To accommodate the special situations and financial arrangements of blended families. To satisfy family or business partners who demand that a prenuptial agreement be signed. To avoid the bitter fights that can arise if the relationship does end in divorce or separation. Couples in common-law and same-sex relationships-- who never get legally married-- also choose to sign cohabitation agreements. These contracts are often the only way for common-law and same-sex couples to protect themselves and each other financially. For Better or for Worse is a complete, practical guide to marriage contracts and cohabitation agreements: Written in accessible non-legal language, this book makes it easy for couples to explore the issues and options in a non-threatening way. Provides full coverage on what marriage contracts and cohabitation agreements are, who needs them, and what they can do for you. Offers advice on how to raise the subject without jeopardizing the relationship. Addresses the special concerns of step-families and same-sex couples. Helps you find and work effectively with a lawyer. It may even help you save hundreds of dollars in legal fees. Includes samples of key legal and financial documents, and a glossary of legal terms.
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