5 Steps to a Strong Prenuptial Agreement

If you and your soon-to-be spouse have decided to file a prenuptial agreement, you have already taken the first step toward smart future financial planning. Next, there is a lot to think about. The following steps will help you navigate the process of creating a strong prenuptial agreement — even if you never need to use it. #1: Preparation Tackle the document as early as possible. When you give yourselves enough time, you’ll be able to thoroughly consider the terms you want to include and to make any necessary revisions without rushing. Before you meet with an attorney, there are a few lists you and your partner can make. In our prenuptial agreement FAQ, our attorneys outline the factors to think about ahead of time: All your property and assets Your debts and other liabilities Inheritances you have or expect to receive Your future financial goals Any financial-related issues that might be important to discuss By getting started early and having a private…

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