You don’t buy insurance intending to get in a car accident and you don’t enter a marriage intending to divorce; but we strongly advise that you protect yourself in the event of a separation.
A marriage is simply a contract and all contracts can be breached. The number one reason for divorce is money – not how much money you have, but how the money is spent.
Arguably, a written prenuptial agreement on how assets will be combined and saved and spent and how debts will be addressed during the marriage will save you from divorce in the first place. It is also peace of mind in the event of a divorce, who gets what without a long drawn out legal battle.
No one knows what the future holds – if you don’t need your insurance, that’s great!
If you do, you’ll be infinitely grateful you thoughtfully planned ahead.
How Much Does A Prenuptial Agreement Cost?
Some prenuptial agreements are relatively straightforward, but others may be complicated, depending on individuals and assets involved.
Basic Prenuptial agreements start at $1500.
Prices depend on assets and how complicated the plan is, and will be determined in full before we set to work on your matter.
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