A Prenuptial Agreement is a contract entered into between two people who are about to marry.
It sets out how assets will be distributed in the event of divorce or death.
It can also be used to address other important matters to the couple about to be married such as rights to future spousal support, etc.
A Prenuptial Agreement is normally used in situations where one or both parties:
- has significant wealth or expects to receive a large inheritance,
- has a personal business,
- wish to keep all assets and debts separate,
- were previously married,
- and/or have children from a previous relationship.
(Misspelled as "Prenuptual Agreement"; also known as Prenup or Pre-Marital Agreement or Premarital Agreement.)
Download: Prenuptial Agreement