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Thank you for taking our prenup quiz.

If you scored 60 and up:

Congratulations! Based on your responses, it seems that you and your partner might benefit from having a prenuptial agreement in place. A prenup can provide clarity and protection for both parties, outlining how assets will be handled in the event of divorce or separation. It's not about expecting the worst but rather planning for the unexpected. By discussing and establishing a prenup, you can enter into marriage with confidence and security, knowing that you've addressed potential future scenarios with transparency and fairness.

If you scored 40 and below:

It appears that based on your answers, you and your partner may not necessarily need a prenuptial agreement. Every couple's situation is unique, and for some, a prenup may not be essential. If you have similar financial goals, trust each other implicitly, and are confident in your ability to navigate any potential future challenges together, then a prenup might not be necessary. However, it's always wise to have open and honest conversations about finances and expectations before entering into marriage. Even if you don't opt for a prenup, discussing these matters can strengthen your relationship and build a foundation of trust and understanding for the future.

Have Attorney Gabriela Bonilla prepare a prenuptial agreement for you. Call (407) 436-9443 to schedule a case analysis.

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