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The benefits of a pet prenuptial agreement

Whether you found your pet as a stray, adopted it from a shelter or bought it from a breeder, it is likely that the animal quickly became a part of your life. You and your partner may have built a new routine around the animal, perhaps getting up early when the pet demanded food or keeping a flashlight by the door for late-night walks.

How the Social Security Administration deals with divorce

The Social Security Administration allows spouses to receive retirement benefits based on the contributions made by their husbands or wives if doing so would be advantageous for them, and this eligibility is unaffected by divorce as long as certain requirements are met. In order to receive benefits based on their former spouse's earnings records, spouses must have been married for 10 years or longer prior to divorcing, their former husbands or wives must be entitled to Social Security benefits, their spousal benefits must be higher than their individual benefits and they cannot have remarried.

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