the big question is whether you need a
prenuptial agreement. Let's first start with the
couple just starting out. You both have jobs, no
money and great expectations. The answer is yes,
because no one can predict the future. One or
both may and probably will change jobs for the
better. That means more money, assets, debts,
and division of property.
you have a good paying job and starting to
accumulate assets or been previously married a
prenuptial is a good idea so everyone knows if
this new partnership does not work there is some
method to untangle the financial web you have
created during the marriage.
you have children from a prior marriage a
prenuptial is a good idea to protect your assets
so you can pass them on to your kids.
You should both have the agreement reviewed by
an attorney. It insures that each of you
understands the contract you are entering into
and the court is more likely to enforce an
agreement where both parties had legal
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