Deep down inside, you know you want to ask your fiancé for a prenuptial agreement. Just the same, you have some concerns about bringing your feelings to light.
One of the first things that you will hear when you announce your engagement is a chorus of people telling you congratulations. What you might not hear is a warning about protecting yourself in case of a divorce. This is because many people think that bringing up the subject of a prenuptial agreement is a bad omen for the marriage or that these documents are only applicable to people who are wealthy.
A prenuptial agreement is often thought of as something that means you think your marriage is doomed before it even begins. This simply isn't the case. Instead, a prenuptial agreement is a long-term plan that you hope you don't ever have to use. This is much like a car insurance policy.
The time to set the tone for your marriage isn't once you say "I do." You have to set this standard before you say your vows. One way that you can do this is to get a prenuptial agreement together.
As we recently discussed, there are many things for you to consider when you are creating a prenuptial agreement. You and your future spouse have to be sure that the terms of the agreement are fair for both parties. This is something that is better done now rather than later because if it isn't fair, it might be tossed out if you ever have to use it.
A prenuptial agreement is something that can help your marriage. It can also help you handle the property division process if you end up getting a divorce. There seems to be a misconception that only rich people need prenups. This isn't the case. All adults who are getting married can benefit from a prenuptial agreement.
We recently discussed how a prenuptial agreement might help you ensure that you are protected when you are planning a marriage. One thing that you have to know is that this agreement makes you think about the future when you make plans about the present.
Before you get married, you need to think carefully about how you are going to protect yourself if you get a divorce. This isn't a popular thought, but it does need to be considered. One way to protect yourself is by having a premarital agreement drawn up for you and your betrothed.
We recently gave you some tips for handling a prenuptial agreement. Today's tips are designed to ensure that the prenuptial agreement is valid. The last thing that you need is an issue invalidating your document just when you need it the most.
A prenuptial agreement is a serious document that can offer premium protection for you -- as long as it is handled properly. There are several different things that could invalidate a prenuptial agreement, so make sure that you aren't doing any of these if you are in the process of getting one together.