Prenuptial agreements can be a sensitive topic, but are essential to the protection of your financial interests. When drawing up the appropriate documents, it is important to ensure that both parties are protected and adequately provided for, but equally important that the contract is ironclad and there is no room for debate should circumstances result in the agreement being used.
Although no one likes to consider the possibility of the dissolution of their marriage, the reality is that over 50% of marriages now end in divorce. Arguments over finances can make an already painful divorce even more stressful, which is why it is beneficial for both parties that your prenuptial agreement is articulate and professional. Hopefully your prenuptial agreement will never see use. However, it is best to be prepared for any and all potentialities.