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Business assets: Are yours protected, in case of divorce?

Many Washington business owners also happen to be married or are planning to be some day. Successful entrepreneurs understand the need to protect business assets. While most people expect their marriage to last a lifetime, it doesn't always end up that way.

Some businesses are less at risk in divorce than others. Company owners who sign prenuptial agreements before getting married are thinking ahead. It doesn't mean that they are being unromantic or, worse, dooming their future marriages to fail; it means they want to maximize business interests and protect what they've worked so hard to attain.

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