Pre-Nuptial Agreements

Pre-Nuptial Agreements are created before a marriage occurs to protect one or both parties’ assets, property etc., that were acquired individually by one party, before entering into the marriage. This agreement is signed by both parties, prior to the commencement of marriage, preventing the other party from obtaining access to those assets, in the event that the marriage ends in a divorce.

This agreement is legally binding and will be upheld if a divorce occurs, as both parties entered into the agreement together before the marriage and agreed upon the terms outlined in the existing Pre-Nuptial Agreement.

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