Prenuptial and Premarital Agreements

Prenuptial or Premarital Agreements are legal documents designed to protect an individual’s assets/income and to pre-determine how various issues should be handled in the event of a divorce and in the event of the death of a spouse. Some topics that can be included in these agreements are division of personal property, family trusts, income property, debts and real property; spousal support; inherited assets; business interests and more.

It is best to begin discussing and drafting a premarital agreement well in advance of a wedding. Anna only represents one of the parties in the process. Premarital marital agreements give parties peace of mind about how issues will be handled in the event that the marriage is terminated by divorce or death. The drafting process provides the parties with the opportunity to calmly discuss what is fair in a time of peace.