Is a prenup something that every couple should get?

Willie Oney 1 week 2022-08-02T13:06:20+00:00 0 Answer 0

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    The answer is “not really.” The job of a prenup is usually to protect assets you had before getting married. It can also be used to protect any inheritance you expect to receive while married. If neither you nor your partner owns any significant assets, there is no need to get a prenup.

    Despite how it is often depicted in movies, a prenup is not the divorce version of a get-out-of-jail-free card. Matters related to children and custody, for example, can’t be covered by a prenup. And depending on the terms of the prenup, couples may still have a lot of assets to argue over when getting a divorce.

    However, if you own a company or some other large assets, then drafting with an airtight business and corporate lawyer like this one is a good idea, as it will ensure the safety of those assets during divorce negotiations.

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