Prenuptial agreements aren’t just for the rich and famous. If you think prenuptial agreements are just for the Kennedys, Paul McCartneys, and Bill Gateses of the world, then you are mistaken. These agreements are appropriate for those who are entering into a second marriage; people whose parents have set up wills or trusts naming their children as beneficiaries; people who want to plan for their future with some degree of certainty; as well as for people who may have already gone through a difficult divorce and want to avoid the possibility of going through that experience again.
Everyone works hard for what they have. A prenuptial agreement will preserve and protect those hard-earned assets in the event you go through a divorce. In order for a prenuptial agreement to be valid and stand up to attack or be recognized by the courts, it must meet certain requirements.
(1) there needs to be full disclosure by both parties
(2) it needs to be in writing
(3) it has to be fair
(4) there can be no coercion
The Kennedys, Paul McCartney and Bill Gates are not the only people who need prenuptial agreements. You may benefit from one too, and our team will walk you through the process.