Usually, we hear the words, “prenuptial agreement”, and we have a bad taste in our mouth. This does not need to be the case. Prenuptial and Premarital Agreements can protect both parties by allocating certain rights between the parties for estate planning and the possibility of a future divorce. The following are some situations that prenuptial agreements should be considered: 1. When one partner has a much higher income and/or state of wealth. 2. When one partner has a much higher debt load. 3. When you own a business. 4. When you have family assets or a family business or farm. 5. When you have children from a previous relationship or marriage. If you believe that you would benefit from legal advice about prenuptial agreements, contact us.