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Prepare for Your Divorce Before the Wedding
Wednesday, March 20, 2019

It is very easy to get married. Getting divorced, on the other hand, is a big ordeal. The rate of divorce is increasing throughout the world and none more so in our very own country. While it is easy to blame all the lawyers and the “divorce industry” for all the hardships, this is counterproductive. If you really cannot bear the torture of going through what a divorce can do to you, there is a better way out: A premarital agreement.

The very mention of a premarital agreement may become a big problem for a couple that is about to get married but it is a necessary part of the whole process. Here’s a bit of information on prenup that will help you understand why you should get it before getting married:

Why get a premarital agreement drawn up

No matter how much you love your partner, there are so many reasons to have an agreement about separation drawn up before you sign the marriage contract. The most important reason is for both people involved to think about the consequences of being married. Many people mistake marriage to be no different from the emotional relationship leading up to the marriage. The thing is that when you become a married couple, you’re also beginning a business relationship.

Think about it. You and your spouse own half of everything – from properties to debts – all of it. A prenuptial agreement will help both of you assess how all your assets will be handled in case of a separation. Consequently, creating a prenup beforehand can save you from a lot of headache and stress in case you get divorced.

Can I list anything I want in a prenup?

A premarital agreement is a simple contractual agreement – not a genie in a bottle. There are a lot of things that you can list in the prenup including what will happen to the dog in case the two of you decide to call it quits. What you cannot include in the premarital agreement is child support or predetermine the custody of any children through your marriage.

A prenuptial agreement is an important contract that you really want to think hard and long about before you write down what you want in it.

Are premarital agreements only for married couples?

Fun fact: No. Not in the slightest bit. Prenups are important for everybody. It is surprising that premarital agreements are not an obligation in the process of marriage itself. Considering the high rate of divorces throughout the world, you would think that it is bound to become a necessity.

Prenups can be very helpful for common people especially when there are great values involved. There are situations where people get married to partners that have incredibly large amount of debt or earns more than the other. Needless to say, when you split with the person, you get half of everything. Prenuptial agreements help everybody involved.

Are You Getting Married?

It’s no shame to at least consider getting a prenup before you get married. Think of all the reasons why it can save you from a lot of trouble in case you get divorced from your spouse. Of course, you cannot draw up an agreement on your own. It’s good to have expert legal advice while drawing up a premarital agreement that will satisfy both sides. You can visit our site or call us at any time at (513) 489-0881 for more information.



 
 
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