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Marital Property Agreements

Kathryn J. Murphy | January 14, 2014

In this paper, Goranson Bain Ausley Partner Kathryn J. Murphy shares what you need to know about marital property agreements. She discusses how prenuptial, postnuptial, partition agreements, and conversion agreements can govern marital property division upon the dissolution of a marriage. You can read her paper by following the button below.

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