prenuptial agreement

Prenuptial agreements aren’t just for the rich and famous. All couples planning for marriage would be wise to think about divorce.
"Society tells us that getting a prenup is like you’re planning for the worst. I disagree."
Millennials are responsible for a new marital trend: a spike in prenups — and the downfall of the stigma typically associated with the legal documents.
Divorce attorneys share advice for approaching a subject guaranteed to cause tension.
A prenuptial agreement, or a prenup, is a written agreement made and executed before a couple marries outlining asset distribution
My take on prenups is that they should meet the goals of both parties and also be as generous as possible within that framework. Too often an "off-the-shelf" prenup, generally submitted by the attorney of the more-moneyed spouse, dramatically departs from those aims.
So it's your wedding day and you're about to say those two little words. There's something niggling at the back of your mind that you've haven't got around to organizing... Food? Ordered and paid for. Presents for the in-laws? Check. Prenup? Ah. Oops.
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Don't let the word "prenup" scare you. Here, the true definition of a prenuptial agreement, plus seven reasons couples get them.