When Is A Prenuptial Agreement Enforceable?

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There’s really two times that it’s important. One would be a divorce. That’s what people first think of. If we get a divorce, is the judge entirely free to divvy up our property and make decisions on alimony, or have we agreed to a method of dividing property ahead of time? The second time it’s important is in the event of death. If I pass away, let’s say, and we get these a lot, a second marriage, and I have significant assets that I really want to go to my children, so I have a will leaving the assets to children or a trust leaving assets to children, and I die without a prenup, my spouse has a right to a certain percentage, a significant percentage of my assets regardless of what my will says if I don’t have a prenup. Have any more questions? Contact us today to schedule a free consultation! Doane & DoaneTop rated Tax & Estate Planning Attorneys