Couples looking forward to getting married are often confused about pre-nuptial agreements. Do they need one? Isn’t a pre-nuptial agreement just for rich people? How do you get one? Can you write it yourself? Addressing the five W's should clear up any confusion.
It can be a good idea for a couple to have a pre-nuptial agreement but it is especially critical for individuals with children from a prior marriage or with previously acquired assets that they’d like to keep as separate property. Regardless of which state in which you reside, a pre-nuptial agreement protects both parties in the unfortunate event of a divorce.
Written by Divorce.com
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