Limit any uncertainty should the worst happen, by having a prenup to agree up front how financial matters should be dealt with.
A prenup agreement is often used by couples getting married for a second time. They may well have gone through a “messy divorce” and really don’t want to go down that road again. By having a prenuptial agreement (or a post-nuptial agreement shortly after marriage), the couple can agree in advance how their financial matters should be dealt with.
For instance, it may be that one party in the relationship is bringing a lot more equity in terms of existing housing that both parties agree it would be unfair simply to split these on separation.
Having a prenup agreement in place before marriage can help to limit uncertainty, stress and costs if the worst happens and the marriage fails.
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