On the contrary, rather than encouraging or driving spouses toward an inevitable divorce, the act of creating and signing a postnuptial agreement often helps facilitate a stronger bond between spouses.
Creating a postnuptial agreement forces each spouse to be open about discussing things like their income, the assets they hold individually and jointly with their spouse, and their liabilities. It also gives spouses an opportunity to talk about their future financial goals and wishes. These types of financial discussions can be difficult in many marriages, but by being deliberate and thoughtful about documenting everything, spouses have a chance to clear the air.
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