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How to Split a Toaster • Season 9 • Episode 13 • Prenups: The Key to an Amicable Divorce? with Charles Jamieson

Prenups: The Key to an Amicable Divorce? with Charles Jamieson

In this episode of How to Split a Toaster, Seth Nelson and Pete Wright dive into the world of prenuptial agreements with legendary Florida attorney Charles Jamison. They explore how prenups can help keep your divorce amicable and costs down. Charles shares his expertise on crafting the “unbreakable prenup” and provides valuable insights into navigating this complex legal territory.

Seth, Pete, and Charles discuss the essential components of a well-drafted prenup, including proper signing procedures, full financial disclosure, and fair negotiation. They emphasize how a carefully constructed agreement can protect both parties and minimize conflicts during a divorce. The conversation also touches on postnuptial agreements and how they can help alleviate financial stressors in a marriage.

Questions we answer in this episode:
• What makes a prenup “unbreakable”?
• How can a prenup help keep divorce costs down?
• When should you consider a postnuptial agreement?

Key Takeaways:
• Ensure your prenup is properly signed and witnessed
• Provide full financial disclosure to protect both parties
• Negotiate fairly to create a more unassailable agreement

Throughout the episode, Seth and Charles offer practical advice and relatable examples to help listeners understand the importance of prenups in modern marriages. Whether you’re considering a prenup or facing a divorce, this episode provides valuable information to help you navigate the process with greater clarity and confidence.

Links & Notes

Seth Nelson is a Tampa based family lawyer known for devising creative solutions to difficult problems. In How to Split a Toaster, Nelson and co-host Pete Wright take on the challenge of divorce with a central objective — saving your most important relationships with your family, your former spouse, and yourself.