Are you considering remarriage? Do you have assets that you want to preserve for your children? Does your future spouse want you to agree to give up certain property rights upon his or her death? If so, you need a premarital agreement.
A premarital or antenuptial agreement is a legal contract between couples who are considering marriage. In the event of divorce or the death of either spouse, a premarital agreement can determine:
- How the children from prior marriages are protected
- Division of assets
- Division of debt
Even if your future spouse has drawn up an agreement for you to sign, your fiancé’s lawyer cannot and should not offer you legal advice. You need your own attorney to advise and advocate for you.
This information provided herein is for general purposes only and does not purport to give specific advice on individual matters. If you want advice about your individual case, call Attorney Nicholas Howie at 603-893-8008..