Crafting a Prenup to Benefit Both Parties
A prenuptial agreement is a vehicle whereby a couple, before marriage, sets forth terms that govern property distribution if the couple separates after marriage. The agreement can also provide other important terms such as financial payouts after divorce and limitation of alimony.
Prenups are very common when a marriage is not a first and when children from previous relationships are involved. However, they can be designed to benefit anyone and should be considered for every marriage to protect assets that belong to each party before entering into a marriage.
Reese-Beisbier & Associates works closely with our clients to tailor a prenuptial agreement that addresses their unique needs.
I came in a little nervous. They walked me through everything. There is not one ‘T’ or one ‘I’ that has not been crossed and dotted. I just sat in awe.