A prenuptial agreement is a legal agreement entered into before marriage, which details how your assets will be divided in case of an eventuality of divorce. You can also enter into a similar agreement after marriage, when it is termed a postnuptial agreement.
While in the past it was typical to assume marriage was always forever, contemporary newlyweds and couples more often understand the risks involved in marriage, and that there are ways to mitigate the stress and pain should a marriage end in divorce. This is not a recipe for divorce, as many suggest, and we have helped many couples arrange prenuptial agreements who continue to thrive in happy marriages. Prenups and postnups are a way to ensure the security of your future and your children should the worst happen, and are now a common practice.
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