About Premarital Agreements
You don’t have to be wealthy to need a “prenup”. Premarital agreements can be a good idea for many different situations, including if:
- you have children from another relationship;
- you own a business;
- you’ve been married before; or
- you want your Will to leave most of your assets to someone who is not your spouse (like dependent children, parents, or a family member with special needs).
We prepare and review Premarital Agreements (aka Prenuptial Agreements or “Prenups”) and give advice about them. We can help you assess whether a prenup is right for you.
Our services include:
- Initial consultation about Prenuptial Agreements
- Preparation of Premarital Agreements
- Review of Premarital Agreements and negotiation, if necessary
- Preparation of financial disclosures for Prenuptial Agreements
- Coordinating your Premarital Agreement with your Will and Trusts
- Modify or terminate Prenuptial Agreements
- Premarital Agreement policies for family businesses
Before you say “I do”, Contact us today about a Prenup.