While most couples like to believe their marriage will last forever, there are no guarantees in life. Statistics show about half of all marriages still end in divorce or legal separation. Prenuptial agreements can provide both spouses with peace of mind should divorce become an unfortunate reality.

Man kissing woman's cheek  Without a valid prenuptial agreement, personal assets and financial holdings acquired prior to and during the marriage can become part of a divorce.  In other words, what was yours prior to marriage may become your spouses after a divorce if you are not protected with a Prenuptial Agreement.

You should consider a Premarital agreement if you have significant assets, or if you are entering a second marriage with children from a previous marriage.

We will help ensure your premarital agreement is in compliance with all state laws, that it will protect your rights and that it meets the needs of your entire family.