Prenuptial agreements should protect both parties

| Feb 15, 2019 | Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements

Getting married is a big event in your life. You have to ensure that you are marrying the right person and that you have protections in place if anything goes awry. One thing that you can do is to sign a prenuptial agreement with your future spouse. This sets the terms for what will happen if the marriage dissolves. We will help you evaluate the possibilities so that you can determine what you feel is best for your current situation.

Some people think there is a certain “ick factor” present when you ask for a prenup. The fact is this is a document that can protect both parties, so it is in everyone’s best interests to consider signing on. We can work with you to make sure that there are protections for both parties in the document.

Engaged people who own a business should ensure they have a prenuptial agreement in place to protect the company. The last thing that you need to happen is to have to divide up the business you worked hard to build with an ex who hasn’t put anything into it. We can help you protect your company and the employees who count on it for an income.

We know that this might be a challenging process. We can help you draft an agreement that is both valid and mutually beneficial to you and your future spouse. The terms of the prenup can be tailored to fit the specific circumstances of each union. One thing to remember about these agreements is that if they overly favor one side, the court can invalidate them.