Many people are on their second or third marriages and wish to protect their assets from loss in divorce and permit their children to inherit their entire estate, consider entering into a prenuptial agreement prior to a marriage.
To this end, the prenuptial statute requires that each party have the benefit of legal representation.
By signing a Prenuptial Agreement (“Agreement”) each party is willing to accept the provisions of the agreement in lieu of any rights which she or he may have in the property and assets of the other.
All property owned, whether real or personal, must be fully disclosed and revealed to each of the parties prior to the execution of the agreement.
It must be signed in ample time prior to a forthcoming marriage.