With the divorce rate shattering new highs each year, it is important that more couples contemplating marriage enter a “prenup” agreement. Many people think that a prenuptial agreement is solely a financial contract. However, this agreement can be about much more than just money. The truth is that prenuptial agreements can also address other important matters – including stating who will be responsible for what tasks during the marriage, keeping family heirlooms in the family, and providing for children from a previous relationship. For some, these aspects of a prenup can be more important than just defining property division or spousal support after a divorce. Learning what a prenuptial agreement can and cannot do is an important factor in your decision of whether or not to get one.
Here are four important reasons to sign a prenuptial agreement before walking down the aisle.
You are Marrying Someone with Significant Debt
You Wish to Protect Your Assets
You Want to Ensure Financial Security for Both Parties
You Want to Protect Your Business
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