Prenuptial agreements can be great tools to use not just to set forth expectations for your financial future but also for eventual estate planning
Prenuptial agreements can be great tools to use not just to set forth expectations for your financial future but also for eventual estate planning. When one or both parties are bringing assets into a marriage, creating a prenuptial agreement protects both parties and ensures that both parties have information regarding finances before the marriage.
A prenuptial agreement can be beneficial to anyone, even if you do not have significant assets.
They can be particularly useful when you have children from prior relationships.
Prenuptial agreements are also a useful tool to avoid future arguments regarding finances.
A prenuptial agreement allows parties to begin making plans for the future – for example, how they wish to blend their finances or how they wish to divide expenses in the event that the parties have children and one parent stays home for a period of time.
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