Prenuptial agreements are a vital component of many marriages. For some people, such as those in the military, prenuptial agreements can provide protections that are very valuable. A few weeks ago, we discussed how a prenuptial agreement can help in a military marriage. We know that you might be concerned about bringing up a prenuptial agreement, but there is a chance that you are worrying about nothing.
The fact of the matter is that a prenuptial agreement shouldn't be one-sided. Instead, it lays out what is going to happen if the marriage doesn't work out. If you think about it, both spouses would be protected because they would each know what to expect.
If you are considering a prenuptial agreement, you should learn about what you should include in it. You also need to learn about what conditions there are for presenting it and getting it signed. For example, a prenuptial agreement that is signed under duress is considered invalid.
We know that you probably have some questions. We are here to answer your questions. If you opt to draw up a prenuptial agreement, we can help you to draw one up and help you learn about the protections that it can offer you.
If you are presented with a prenuptial agreement, we can go over it with you to be sure that it provides you with protections. We know that you don't want to sign something that could harm you down the road.
Even though thinking of the end of your marriage before you say "I do" isn't pleasant, it is often something that is necessary if you want to be protected if the marriage does end.