Do You Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

The term prenuptial agreement is one that most adults hear in connection with the marriage or divorce of a celebrity or a person with substantial financial resources. While prenuptial agreements were once not something a middle-class couple would consider, the increased number of adults waiting to marry until after they are established financially has changed that.  Couples who are older, have children from a previous relationship, or own a business are now more likely to consider creating a prenuptial agreement prior to getting married. Asking yourself a few key questions can help you determine if you need a prenuptial agreement. Continue reading

Validity of Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements have been in existence for decades, but always seem to get the most attention from the outlandish clauses rumored to be in certain wealthy individuals’ agreements. From infidelity clauses to shopping budgets, to the more standard child support and asset distribution language, every prenuptial agreement differs. A prenuptial agreement is a contract entered into by a couple, that becomes effective upon the event of marriage. Continue reading

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