Fahi Takesh Hallin

Family law attorney

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Family law attorney

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Prenuptial agreements used to be for very wealthy men who wanted to protect their assets in case of divorce. But not any more.

Middle-Class Prenups

Prenuptial agreements used to be for very wealthy men who wanted to protect their assets in case of divorce. But not any more.

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