If you are planning to get married and agreed to create a prenuptial agreement with your fiancé, you must now tackle the task of understanding what should be included in this crucial legal document. Every couple’s circumstances are unique and, therefore, to ensure your prenuptial agreement effectively protects the assets that are most important to you, you must contact an experienced family law attorney to discuss your specific situation.
A prenuptial agreement is designed to protect your assets and property in the event of a divorce, but its effectiveness is highly dependent on how well you craft it.
Below are some of the items you should consider including in your prenuptial agreement:
While a prenuptial agreement can protect your financial interests and assets, it cannot address child-related issues, such as custody or support. If you include this in your prenuptial agreement, it is unlikely it will hold up in court. Moreover, any provisions that are deemed unfair may also invalidate your prenuptial agreement.
If you and your fiancé agreed to create a prenuptial agreement, you already got over one of the biggest hurdles in this process. Your next step is to create a document that will effectively protect your future. At Creative Family Solutions, Cianci Law, PC, our family law attorney will help you draft a prenuptial agreement that will provide the peace of mind you need. Regardless of what the future holds, you can rest assured that your financial future will remain protected.
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