Prenuptial Agreements

Protecting Financial Interests During Divorce Mediation

Protecting Financial Interests During Divorce Mediation

Whether a divorce is amicable or contentious, everyone wants to protect their own financial interests.  If you have an existing prenuptial agreement, some things may already be decided but even with a prenup, some things may need to be negotiated and things may have significantly changed since you first drafted the prenuptial agreement, necessitating a…

What You Need to Consider Before a Prenuptial Agreement

What You Need to Consider Before a Prenuptial Agreement

Although nobody likes to think about a wedding ending before it has even begun, that’s no reason not to make sure that your assets are looked after in the event that a separation becomes necessary. Although asking for a prenuptial agreement may make for an awkward conversation with your fiance, that does not have to…

What to Look For in a Prenuptial Agreement

What to Look For in a Prenuptial Agreement

While no one wants to think about the end before it even begins, a prenuptial agreement is a safeguard in the event a couple gets divorced. It helps set certain terms so there is a fair settlement, and it can make things go much smoother. When drafting this document, there are certain topics a couple…

Ideas for Popping the Prenuptial Question

Ideas for Popping the Prenuptial Question You’ve found the one you want to go through life with, and you’re pretty sure he/she feels the same. You’ve got butterflies in your stomach, but they’re not about whether your potential spouse will say “yes.” The butterflies are there because you have another question, one that you’re asking…

5 Prenuptial Agreement Tips to Consider

There are situations where prenuptial agreements address bona fide concerns that can derail a relationship, such as how to raise children from a previous relationship. A family with significant assets may require a prenup for their children before allowing them to get married, and the future spouses may comply just to keep family peace. While…

Why Prenups Can Benefit Both Parties

Most people are familiar with prenuptial agreements through the way that journalistic coverage of celebrity relationships tends to emphasize them, but they are actually relatively simple instruments that most couples could benefit from making use of before getting married. While common perceptions of them tend to revolve around the idea of keeping certain assets from…

How to Know if You Need a Prenuptial Agreement

How to Know if You Need a Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements make sense for more than just the extremely wealthy. Many middle class couples benefit from the foresight and execution of a well-drafted arrangement. While it can be difficult to discuss the possibility of divorce, it is a good idea to take stock of your financial situation and consider a prenuptial agreement if any…

How to Know if a Prenuptial Agreement is Necessary

A prenuptial agreement is a legal document that spells out what will happen if a marriage doesn’t work out as planned. It usually deals with property, debts, and support matters so that there is no question about who is entitled to what if a marriage seems headed for divorce. They’re common among celebrities and members…