A prenuptial agreement is much like a contract. It gives two people who are soon to be married the opportunity to outline their intent and detail the division of property following marriage and in the event of a divorce or annulment. Often called a ‘prenup,’ this document highlights each spouse’s rights and responsibilities, alimony terms, and the ownership of assets and liabilities. Marriage is an exciting time, and protecting yourself and your assets does not cast a shadow on your celebration. To get started, contact us today.
Changing A Prenuptial Agreement
A prenuptial agreement comes into effect the moment a couple is legally married. It cannot be altered or voided without consent from both spouses. If you and your partner agree to make changes, speak with our team today. We can help formalize your wishes and advise on any potential repercussions. Schedule an appointment at a time that suits you.
Just as no two marriages are alike, no two prenuptial agreements are identical. Potential topics include the duties of those in the marriage, the right to sell or transfer property, how property will be distributed following a divorce, the specifics of your spousal support arrangement, and provisions relating to life insurance benefits. If you would like personalized guidance on creating a prenuptial agreement that benefits your marriage today and in the future, reach out.