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Prenuptial Agreement

A legal agreement signed before marriage that establishes how assets and liabilities will be divided in the event of divorce or separation.

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A prenuptial agreement, also known as a prenup, is a legal document that is signed by two individuals before they get married. The purpose of this agreement is to establish the financial and property rights of each individual in case the marriage ends in a divorce or separation.

A prenup outlines how the couple’s property will be divided and how spousal support will be handled in the event of a divorce. The agreement can also outline what happens to any debt that was incurred during the marriage.

Typically, prenups are used to protect the assets of one or both parties, particularly when one or both individuals have significant assets or debts coming into the marriage. Additionally, prenups can be used to protect inheritances, family businesses, and other investments that one or both parties have.

In order to be valid, a prenup must meet certain requirements. Both parties must fully disclose their assets and debts, and they must sign the agreement voluntarily. It is also important that both parties have their own independent legal counsel to ensure that their rights are protected.

It’s important to note that a prenup cannot be used to determine child custody or child support. These issues must be determined by a court and cannot be predetermined by a prenup.

Overall, a prenuptial agreement can provide peace of mind for both parties entering into a marriage. By establishing clear financial and property rights, the agreement can help prevent costly legal battles down the line in the event of a divorce or separation.

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