10 Reasons Why It is Important to Have a Prenuptial or Cohabitation Agreement

Written by Charlie T. Boyle | cboyle@farr.com


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Charles T. Boyle, Attorney
Charlie has been Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Marital and Family Law since 1995 and primarily focuses his practice in this area. He also practices in civil litigation and real estate.

Getting married soon?  Cohabitating with no thoughts of marriage?  Either way, a prenuptial or cohabitation agreement might be critical to your finances and might even help your relationship!

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