Marriage is a way of sharing your life with another person, and this often extends to your property rights and obligations. You and your spouse may enter the marriage not owning any property at all, or each owning property of your own. Just as it's important to communicate your expectations in other areas, you'll need to determine how you will handle your property.

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You'll have to decide if you want to combine property in your marriage, or keep certain assets separate. One of the best ways to clearly set out your joint wishes is to write a Prenuptial Agreement explicitly stating which properties will be combined and which will remain separately owned. It may sound unromantic to write a prenup, but it can help remove any doubts or confusion and settle any potential property issues later in the marriage.

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