If you’re planning to get married, you’ve been probably advised to secure a prenuptial agreement before getting hitched. Prenuptial agreements are created to set the provisions in case separation or divorce happens in the future. It covers:
The Line between Separate and Marital Property
Since the court will automatically split all your assets in half upon separation, prenuptial agreements give you the right to decide what happens to your marital property after the marriage ends. You can also protect your own assets from being benefited from by your spouse through a prenuptial agreement.