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Marital Agreements (Prenups and Postnups)

Prenups And Marital Agreements

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What is a Prenup?

Prenups, also known as prenuptial or premarital agreements, are contractual agreements that a couple negotiates and signs before marriage. It is also good practice for the couple to re-sign the agreement shortly after the marriage date to ensure that it will be enforceable and binding.

What is a Marital Agreement?

Marital agreements are contractual agreements that are negotiated and signed between a couple that is already married. Marital agreements can be created any time after marriage and can partition property rights between a couple.

Why Invest in a Marital Agreement?

For women who wait longer to get married, they can use a prenup to safeguard businesses and wealth accumulated prior to marriage. Some women are entering into a second or third marriage, and they want to be sure their children and property from prior relationships are protected.

For women who become homemakers or stay-at-home mothers, a prenup or marital agreement can be an opportunity to highlight their contribution to a marriage and ensure financial security in the event of divorce. (We call it a “golden parachute” for the Chief Domestic Officer™. Why should CEOs have all the perks?)

5 Reasons to Sign a Prenup Agreement

Divorce Without Court

With a prenup, the couple decides what happens in the event of divorce, not the court.

Protect Your Assets After Divorce

Your family and their separate property are protected.

Guard Your Business Assets

If you are a business owner, a prenup protects your investments.

Defend Your Homemaker Role

Prenups give you a chance to highlight your contributions as a stay-at-home mom and ensure financial security after divorce.

Ensure Your Children's Future

Prenups protect your children’s rights and any assets you pass on to them.

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