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What is a prenuptial agreement?
A prenuptial agreement is a contract made between two people prior to getting married. This agreement outlines the financial plan that the couple intends to follow if the marriage ends by divorce. For example, the couple might decide to deposit their financial earnings into their own individual accounts and keep a joint account for pre-determined amounts deposited on a regular basis for shared expenses.
It’s important that the terms of the agreement are clear and enforceable, regardless of when it was established. It’s also vital that each party be completely transparent about the source of their income and the full value of all assets owned at the time that they enter into the agreement.
Not only does a prenuptial agreement protect your personal property and financial assets, but it also protects the inheritance rights of children and other family members from a previous marriage. It enables you to make important decisions at a time when your mind is clear, and your intentions are genuine.. Contact Graff & Associates today to see how our legal team can help you prepare a prenuptial agreement tailored to your unique situation!
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