Q: I’m getting married soon, and a lawyer told me that a prenuptial agreement might not be necessary in Texas. Do I need one? Also, if I add my wife’s name to my house deed, can her daughter take my house after my death? My will divides the house equally between my children.
a: While a prenuptial agreement may not be mandatory according to Texas law, it can be a good idea to get one, especially if you have significant assets.
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