Many engaged couples choose to sign a Prenuptial Agreement (“Prenup”) before they wed as it’s an excellent way to protect any of their respective assets owned prior to marriage, as well as income and assets acquired during the marriage, in the event of a divorce. While no couple enters marriage with the intent to divorce, statistics show that nearly 50% of marriages end that way.
A prenup is like great insurance: hopefully you'll never need it, but in case you do, it can be life-saving. Our blogs contain all the information you need to know about prenups: what they are, who needs one, and how to ensure your prenup is enforceable.
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