A prenuptial agreement (often called a “prenup”) is a written agreement between two people who intend to get married.
A prenup typically addresses how financial matters between the parties will be addressed in the event of a seperation or divorce. While prenups are not necessary for all couples, they may be quite helpful for many, especially for those entering a second marriage or marrying later in life. In many cases, the discussions leading up to a prenup can clarify each person’s expectations from the marriage and help the couple start their life together from a place of collaboration and transparency.
Schedule an Appointment Today
For further information or to schedule an appointment, contact the Berner Law & Mediation Group.