Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements also referred to as premarital agreements or prenups are used by persons about to get married to decide on the financial and property rights of each spouse in case the marriage ends in a divorce. These agreements can be used to protect the assets as well as business interests. Check with your state law on the legal requirements for such agreements in your state. Click on the links to know more:

The Basics

Should you use a prenuptial agreement

Advantages and Disadvantages

Post-nuptial Agreements

Sample Agreement

Sample Financial Statement

Requirements for a Valid Prenuptial Agreement

Common Reasons for an Invalid Prenuptial Agreement

Terms of a Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial Agreements and Support

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