Premarital Agreements

A premarital agreement allows persons to set their own rules and legal outcomes when their marriage ends.

People choose whether their premarital agreement governs their relationship in case of divorce, death, or both. Premarital agreements are often used to protect the inheritance of children born prior to the marriage. They are also used to define and protect separate property in the case of divorce. A premarital agreement carefully drafted by a competent attorney can be a valuable asset.

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