A prenup clarifies your financial rights and obligations, offers protection from debts and settles property rights before you get married. It can also help you avoid a lengthy and painful divorce process.
A prenuptial agreement is valid and can be enforced as long as it protects both you and your spouse and it was entered into with a full and fair disclosure of all assets by both you and your spouse. The agreement must also be executed and acknowledged with the full formality required for a property deed to be recorded.
A Prenuptial Agreement can address many different issues, including:
- Separate property
- Marital property
- Transaction with third party in good faith
- Disclosure of property
- Confidentiality of property disclosure
- Family’s essential needs
About this Agreement:
Total pages: 21
Latest version: 11/2018