The subject of prenuptial agreements is not an easy or desirable one to discuss while planning a wedding; however, having one in place can help you avoid an even tougher discourse in the event of divorce.
By creating a prenuptial or premarital agreement with your fiancé prior to getting married, you have the ability to dictate how your property and income will be distributed – or not distributed – should your impending marriage fail.
In addition to what goes into your agreement, we will discuss the benefits of obtaining a prenuptial agreement for you and your future spouse. Rosanne DeTorres, Esq. will share why a prenuptial agreement is especially important for those who have significant assets prior to marriage such as business owners, individuals marrying for a second time, and individuals expecting to receive a large inheritance.