Pre-Nuptial Agreements are hopeful documents. Brides and grooms usually are not thinking about divorce when they consider marriage, but many marriages do end in divorce.
Couples where one or both parties have been through one divorce should strongly consider using a pre-or post-nuptial agreement and anyone contemplating marriage would be wise to work with an attorney to agree on how economic and other issues will be settled in the unfortunate event of a divorce.
Pre-Nuptial Agreements help parties to amicably agree on terms before anger and other unhelpful emotions can become involved. We can help you preserve wealth prior to a divorce and provide for equitable property distributions and support via a pre-or post-nuptial agreements. It’s not the most romantic of conversations, but it may be the one that preserves your livelihood and maybe your marriage in the end.