Protecting yourself should be a top priority in your life. One way that you can do this is to get a prenuptial agreement before you get married. Even though this isn't something seems like fun to discuss before you get married, it is necessary if you have anything to protect.
We know that you might have some questions about what you should include in a prenuptial agreement. This is a very personal matter that must protect you without alienating your betrothed. This is a fine line that can sometimes be difficult to respect. You have to think carefully about what points are negotiable and which points would be deal breakers for the marriage.
As you make a prenuptial agreement, it is vital that it doesn't come across as grossly unfair. Courts consider the overall suitability of the agreement when deciding if it is enforceable. This means that you can't demand everything and give nothing because the court might not recognize that as enforceable.
When you present a prenuptial agreement, you have to give the other person time to go over the agreement. This means you can't spring it on them right before you walk down the aisle. Make sure that you are presenting it in a way that doesn't make it seem like it was signed in a rush or under duress.
We understand that this is a lot to think about. We are here to help you draw up a prenuptial agreement that is legally enforceable. We will help you to understand what Florida law says about prenuptial agreements so that you can plan accordingly.