Prenuptial agreements, sometimes referred to as premarital agreements, antenuptial agreements, or prenups, are contracts written prior to a marriage to address the issues of property division and spousal support if there is a divorce.
There are a number of reasons to have a prenuptial agreement;
- Coming into a marriage with significant assets
- Protecting the inheritance rights of children from a previous marriage
- Protecting an inheritance or anticipated inheritance
- Trust funds, and protecting assets which are premarital
Postnuptial agreements are contracts written after the marriage ceremony and are similar in content to prenuptial agreements.
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