Prenuptial agreements are unique in the sense that they are contracts that no one ever wants to need to use. They are drafted prior to marriage with the intent of simplifying financial matters in the event of a divorce or separation down the road.
It is important to have that agreement drafted by a competent family law attorney. This is important because Prenuptial Agreements are tricky, and there are some issues that can allow individuals to challenge them in Court. Also, there are generally disclosures that go along with the agreement itself, so that all needs to be reviewed with an attorney to make sure that the pre-nuptial agreement can be upheld, if needed.
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