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Plan for your future with a prenuptial agreement

Prenuptial agreements are no longer considered taboo or foreshadowing of divorce. What they are considered is proper planning and a useful tool for individuals entering into a marriage with assets they want to protect. Although nobody wants to consider divorce as the outcome of their marriage, the fact remains that almost half of all marriages end that way, and staying realistic about how this statistic may impact you in the future will only help you protect your assets in the event it does.

While it is true that drafting a prenuptial agreement may be a hassle, the benefit it has is well worth it. Divorces so often carry on and on because of issues related to property division. Addressing these issues early in a marriage, through the use of a prenuptial agreement can help avoid these issues in the event of divorce and at the very time that no one wants to deal with it. Working with an experienced attorney can help you draft a comprehensive agreement that addresses these issues long before they become concerning.

Many couples believe that prenuptial agreements are relatively simple to draft and even easier to enforce. This, unfortunately, could not be further from the truth. Prenuptial agreements are useful if they are drafted properly. A well-drafted prenuptial agreement can provide both spouses with protection but do nothing if they are not properly and fairly written. Both aspects require the help of an attorney.

An experienced attorney knows how to draft a prenuptial agreement that will be legally binding in court. With their knowledge, they can explain what can and cannot be included, and they may even be able to offer suggestions as to what issues should be addressed. Working with an attorney can give you peace of mind with the knowledge that your financial future, assets and property are well taken care of in the event of divorce.

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