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Use a prenuptial agreement to reach many goals

| Jun 7, 2017 | Family Law |

Some people are positive that a prenuptial agreement is right for them. Others are unsure of if they should discuss this with their soon to be spouse. And of course, there are those who don’t know the first thing about this legal document.

Although it’s never easy to discuss a prenuptial agreement with your partner, it’s something that can bring peace of mind to both individuals before you tie the knot.

Here are some of the many goals you can reach through the creation of a prenuptial agreement:

— Protecting any separate property that both individuals are bringing into the marriage

— Defining non-marital and marital debt

— Allowing you to keep a family business or business interest separate

— Protecting assets for children that you have from a past relationship

— Establishing a system for working through any future disputes

These are just a few of the many things that you can do with the help of a prenuptial agreement.

At our law firm, we assist our clients in understanding and drafting the perfect prenuptial agreement. While this may not be the right choice for every couple, most people should at least consider this before their big day arrives.

You will never know if a prenuptial agreement is right for you until you understand the finer details. Since there is a lot that goes into this, you need to address this detail well in advance of your wedding day. By giving yourself enough time, you will find it easier to discuss a prenuptial agreement with your partner and work out all of the details.

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