Interests and Rights of the Parties

If you have not executed your own prenuptial agreement, then the parties run the risk of having their properties settled pursuant to the principle of equitable distribution. This may not be favorable to those who have large property holdings, or businesses that are jointly owned by the spouses. Thus, a prenup agreement has proven to be a more practical tool in marriage. Here are more reasons why the interests and rights of the parties must always be protected:

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