Marriage is a huge commitment that involves several legal matters and, if not taken seriously, could result in a potential divorce. Therefore, couples often turn to prenuptial agreements prior to marriage in order to keep their assets accounted for and to potentially save the marriage. For many couples, this is an excellent opportunity to determine marital assets.
A divorce can be one of the most unpleasant experiences in a family’s life, especially when much time has been put into the relationship and in trying to give the best quality of life possible to everyone involved.
Getting married is one of the most exciting times in someone’s life. Soon-to-be married couples eagerly anticipate spending the rest of their lives together and creating lasting memories. Yet before marriage, many couples decide that it is in their best interest to draft agreements on certain assets, and they often have questions that they are afraid to ask.