Prenuptial Agreements
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Prenuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement (prenup) is an agreement two people make before marriage that states each person’s assets and that also states what each person would keep or receive in the event of a divorce or death.

Prenuptial agreements are usually used to protect the assets of those who are wealthy but they can also be used for families that own a business or anyone that has $30,000 or more in stock, savings, or other areas.

If you are considering a prenup, call Susan J. Lax and she can help you figure out an agreement that is flexible but can protect the assets that are important to you and your future spouse.