Prenuptial agreements, prenups, or premarital agreements, are very important for anyone entering into a marriage with a significant amount of assets. Prenuptial agreements can help you protect your assets and your family's assets in case your marriage doesn't work out as planned.
How to Draft a Strong Prenuptial Agreement
Many prenuptial agreements are rendered null and void in court when it comes time to use them. Why?
Usually, it's because the agreement was drafted incorrectly and unfairly. The agreement must be drafted within the proper time limits. Additionally, both spouses should have their own attorneys so that there is no imbalance of power and information at the negotiating table.
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We have the experience necessary in prenuptial agreements to represent you. We provide personalized service, working with you one-on-one from the beginning to the end of your case.
If you have accumulated a significant amount of assets, are entering your second or third marriage and want greater protection of your wealth, or if you have prior children and you want them to inherit the bulk of your estate, then you should seriously consider obtaining a prenuptial agreement through our firm.