When people think about divorce and the next generation, finances and family wealth are often the last two things on their minds. In fact, discussing finances can be a taboo subject.
Prenuptial and Marriage Contracts
A prenuptial agreement is about more than just money. Learning what a prenuptial agreement can and cannot do is an important factor in your decision of whether or not to get one.
Signing a prenuptial agreement (prenup) before you get married can help ensure your future is protected in case of divorce. Here are 10 reasons it’s a good idea to sign a prenup before you walk down the aisle.
Divorces among the rich and famous are notorious for involving large sums of money and expensive property. These 10 wealthy individuals learned that without a prenup, you must be prepared to give up a big portion of your assets to your ex.
While nobody plans for a marriage to fail, a prenuptial agreement is a good option for individuals who are looking to protect their assets in the event of a divorce. Here’s what some people had to say about marriage and prenups, including arguments for and against having a prenup signed before walking down the aisle.
I am getting married for the second time. Both of us have children from our first marriages and will be living in my house after we are married. Do we need a premarital agreement?
What can you tell me about the value of getting a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in my area?
Read the transcript of this video below. Before considering the need for a prenuptial agreement, you first must understand how courts view the property you acquire before you are married, even without a prenuptial agreement. New Mexico is a community property state, which means: Any property you own prior to your marriage is your […]