Often called “prenups,” couples planning to marry are using prenuptial agreements more than ever to outline how assets and debt get divided if the marriage doesn’t work out.
While some view this approach as fatalistic, the reality is that many marriages do end in divorce. It’s often cheaper and easier to decide how you would want things divided before the relationship breaks down.
Our attorneys have experience with drafting prenuptial agreements or “prenups” clearly and in a way that they’re most likely to hold up in Court. Please call for more information on estimate cost and turn around time for preparation of the agreement.