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Understand how a prenuptial agreement can benefit your marriage

We recently discussed how a prenuptial agreement might help you ensure that you are protected when you are planning a marriage. One thing that you have to know is that this agreement makes you think about the future when you make plans about the present.

Think about addressing the need for a prenuptial agreement

Before you get married, you need to think carefully about how you are going to protect yourself if you get a divorce. This isn't a popular thought, but it does need to be considered. One way to protect yourself is by having a premarital agreement drawn up for you and your betrothed.

Premarital agreements are meant to protect both parties

We recently gave you some tips for handling a prenuptial agreement. Today's tips are designed to ensure that the prenuptial agreement is valid. The last thing that you need is an issue invalidating your document just when you need it the most.

Prenuptial agreements must be handled properly

A prenuptial agreement is a serious document that can offer premium protection for you -- as long as it is handled properly. There are several different things that could invalidate a prenuptial agreement, so make sure that you aren't doing any of these if you are in the process of getting one together.

Make a plan for what happens if the marriage doesn't work out

Before you get married, you have a lot of things to think about. One of these things is how you are going to protect yourself and your assets just in case the marriage doesn't work out. While that might not be one of the most pleasant things to imagine, it is vital because you just never truly know what is going to happen.

Advantages and disadvantages of a prenuptial agreement

Some people view marriage solely as a romantic relationship while others may view it as a business contract. This twofold nature of marriage has made prenuptial agreements a common concept.  According to this agreement, each spouse aspires to safeguard his or her financial interests. There are benefits as well as drawbacks of this agreement.

Millennials are ending the stigma of prenuptial agreements

The concept of a prenuptial agreement has long had a negative connotation. Just bringing up the idea in certain circles was tantamount to saying, "I plan to get a divorce from this person I'm about to marry." Of course, we've debunked this myth on this blog several times. After all, no one gets vehicle insurance with the idea that they plan to crash their car. In the same way, no one gets a prenup with a plan to get divorced, but the prenup provides peace of mind should it happen.

Here's why you should have a prenup

Bringing up the topic of a prenup with someone you're about to marry isn't the most romantic subject matter, but it can be one of the most important discussions you have as a couple. Many couples feel like it's not necessary, especially if neither one has any assets. However, a lot can change throughout a marriage and your situation 10 years down the road may be drastically different.

Does a prenup have to include alimony?

When two people decide to get married, they will likely begin to plan their big day. This planning process will include a variety of things, like choosing a venue, tasting cakes, and in some cases, drafting a prenuptial agreement. If drafting a prenup is on the list to do before they tie the knot, they may have a lot of questions about the process and how this marital contract works.

Why should couples have a conversation about a prenup?

Couples around the United States make the decision to marry every day. With "I" becoming "we" in just a matter of seconds, there are many things that couples will want to discuss before they agree to spend the rest of their lives together. Children and buying a home are likely topics that will be discussed, but finances are something to bring up as well.

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