A premarital agreement can provide clarity and organization of the financial details of individuals considering marriage. We understand the importance of peace of mind when entering into a marriage, and we will help you navigate the sensitivity of a premarital agreement.
More About Premarital Agreements
Pre-marital agreements can include, but are not limited to:
- Protection of the inheritances of children from a prior marriage
- Separation of responsibility for individual personal debt acquired prior to the marriage
- Negotiation of individual property or personal assets
- Distribution of assets in the event of divorce
Who should consider a premarital agreement?
A couple in which:
- One partner is significantly wealthier than the other
- One or both partners have children from previous relationships
- One or both partners own businesses
- One partner has significant debt prior to the marriage
- One partner plans to leave the workforce to raise children
- One or both partners wish to reinforce existing estate plans