Prenuptial agreements are often considered a necessary evil for some people who are going to get married. People typically don't like having to bring up the need for a prenuptial agreement, but many people realize that a prenuptial agreement is one of the only ways to keep their assets protected. We know that this is a sensitive topic that must be addressed properly so it can strengthen the relationship instead of tearing it down.
In our previous post, we discussed some of the considerations of prenuptial agreements for older couples. We know that even younger people might have some considerations that they need to think about when they are considering a prenuptial agreement.
When you are considering a premarital agreement, you have to make sure that it is fully accurate, has all the applicable information that is required by law and protects your interests. We can help you to ensure that the prenuptial agreement you show to your future spouse has everything necessary to meet all requirements.
Another thought about prenuptial agreements is that you need to have experienced counsel when you are drafting the agreement and when it is signed. This means that you need to be represented and your future spouse must be represented.
We can help you throughout the process of creating a prenuptial agreement. We can help you document assets, properly word the agreement, identify issues that might come up and read the agreement into a court report. From the start of the process through the end, we can stand by you to make sure your rights are protected.