Prenuptial agreements are not just for the wealthy. Many couples are choosing to enter into a prenup to put everyone’s minds at ease before entering into their marriage contract. While many people think of a prenup as a way to protect their assets, a prenup can also provide clarity on financial rights, protect debts and prevent arguments in the event of a divorce.
Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement?
If you are entering into a marriage and wondering if a prenuptial agreement is right for you and your relationship, speaking with a family law attorney is the best way to get your questions answered.
Dan McCandless, Of Counsel to Griffith, Young & Lass, APC, offers sound legal advice as well as financial advice. His broad accounting knowledge and thoughtful approach offers the guidance needed when considering or crafting a prenuptial agreement.