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In her book Prenups for Lovers, Arlene Dubin writes, “There is an old bromide that money is the last thing that people talk about before marriage and the first thing they fight about after marriage.” She argues that when couples have the open discussions about the important issues prenuptial agreements address before marriage, their relationship is strengthened and uncertainty is removed from the marriage.

Irwin Kuhn and Dot Dobbins are experience family law practitioners who can help clients approach prenuptial agreements with skill and sensitivity.

  • Four Reasons to Consider Signing a Prenup

    People don’t buy insurance policies because they hope to get sick but because they know bad things can happen and want effective ways to deal with adversity. Many people dismiss prenuptial agreements, commonly referred to as “prenups,” as “too unromantic” or “only for the rich and famous,” but they’re actually practical tools for planning for…
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  • Irwin Kuhn CLE for Lawyers on Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

    Irwin Kuhn, along with Michael Sontag, a partner in the Nashville office of Bass Berry & Sims, presented a continuing legal education program on prenuptial and postnuptial agreements for the Nashville Bar Association on Valentines Day 2019. The title of the CLE was Prenuptials and Postnuptials, They’re Like a Box of Chocolates; You Never Know…
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  • Collaborative Divorce: A Case Study

    DVKB Family Lawyer Irwin Kuhn and Nashville attorney Marlene Moses wrote this article outlining the steps of a hypothetical collaborative divorce. Collaborative divorce problem solving settlement approach to divorce. The article was originally published in the Nashville Bar Journal. Download Article
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  • Nashville Bar Journal Article on Collaborative Divorce

    (Originally published by The Nashville Bar Journal, December 2011-January 2012) The stage for a workable post marriage relationship between two people whose lives will always connected through children or family or friends is not set well by a divorce complaint dramatically setting out the gory details of one party’s “inappropriate marital conduct” followed by interrogatories…
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