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Few people entering marriage believe it will fail despite ample evidence to the contrary. Yet, prenuptial contracts are still viewed with derision and suspicion, even by those who already have a divorce or two in their past! As Alexander Pope wrote, “Hope springs eternal…” Therefore, the misery of divorce is more prevalent than ever in our country, with no certainty of outcomes. The statistics are daunting…