A Prenuptial Agreement can be romantic
No one gets married with the thought of getting divorced, so often a prenuptial is seen as unromantic or worse, assuming the relationship will end at some point.
Another way of seeing this is a safeguard, it is like an insurance policy, no one plans on having their house burn down, but sometimes things happen. I call it “relationship insurance”
What is a Prenuptial Agreement?
A Prenuptial Agreement is a legally binding financial agreement between two parties to a marriage, that outlines their financial agreement should the relationship break down.
A prenup forces you to talk openly and honestly about your finances-
Recent research shows that couples regularly argue about money, more than other issues in their relationships. A Binding Agreement, prepared by an experienced family lawyer, can help prepare you for a lifetime of financial health and help you create a strong foundation to discuss finances and save you countless arguments in the future.
A prenup helps you plan your financial future together-
Discussing your future financial goals together helps both parties understand what each other is wanting for the future, be it buying a house, going traveling or having children. Understanding these goals and timelines will undoubtedly reduce stress and dissatisfaction within the relationship later on.
As you can see a prenup doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom for a couple, it, in fact, can pave the way to a healthy and happy relationship for couples and their finances.
~ Ajay Devgun
Family and Divorce Lawyer