Should I Get a Prenuptial Agreement?

Friday, April 25th, 2014, 12:14 am

Once you have achieved success in your career, you might be wondering if you are going to have that same success in marriage. For some, they start looking at how likely their marriage is to last and what they can do to protect their empire that they have built. It only makes sense to sit there and start thinking about the what-ifs. When you have worked so hard to get where you are, you don’t want it all to go down the tubes just because of a failed marriage.

Prenuptial agreements make you sit back and discuss any important topics before you actually say I do. The agreement is meant to protect the interest of both parties throughout your marriage, as well as in the event of a divorce. If you have this legally binding document in place beforehand, you will have the confidence you need to move forward in the union.

When you are able to sit down and express what you hope to gain from the marriage, as well as any issues or concerns you might see, you can help to plan your future lives together. You should make decisions together about who is going to be responsible for what in the relationship, who owns what and what the boundaries are between the two of you in regards to possessions. Don’t start on the journey being untruthful about what you expect to gain out of the union.

A prenuptial agreement can always be changed over the course of time. Things can always change from one moment to the next, so you have the freedom to amend your prenuptial agreement as much as you see fit. Just because you agree with what you put in the agreement now, that doesn’t mean you are going to feel the same way a few years down the line. Anything can happen. Be prepared to make changes at some point down the line if needed.

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that a prenuptial agreement can be quite costly. While you shouldn’t let the cost stop you from getting one, you might want to think about whether you could use those funds elsewhere. Only you can determine if the added expense is worth it.

Take the time to speak with a professional attorney to help guide you on your decision and answer any questions you might have. You don’t have to feel alone or confused on the process when there is someone who knows all of the ins and outs of a prenuptial agreement.

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Category: Divorce Law, Family Law, Prenuptial Agreements

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