A prenuptial (“prenup”) agreement can serve several purposes. It can:
- Help ensure that your assets, including family business interests, remain your own in the event of divorce
- Make sure that the majority of your assets go to your children, not your spouse, upon your death
- Help to pre-emptively work out resolutions to other issues that may become contentious after marriage
When creating a prenup agreement, it is very important you follow the correct legal formalities.
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