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Protecting interests with a prenuptial agreement

For Texas residents about to enter into a marriage, it can be a fun, exciting and sometimes stressful period in their lives. There is a lot to think about. Preparations and logistical planning can take up a lot of the time of soon to be married couples. What's more, there are certain steps some couples may wish to take in order to ensure that their interests are protected in the future.

One of these steps is to sign a prenuptial agreement. Although a prenuptial agreement may not be the most romantic gesture before entering into a marriage, it can be a highly prudent measure that can help protect the interests of the soon to be married couple. There are a number of way that a prenup accomplishes this.

Protecting the assets of one of the parties is one important benefit of a prenuptial agreement. Plus, a prenuptial agreement can help ensure one party does not assume the debts of the other party if a divorce occurs. How certain property will be passed on can also be laid out in a prenuptial agreement. In addition, the financial rights and responsibilities of each party can be outlined. All of this can help ensure that a person's interests are protected, and hopefully ward off a long, messy, expensive divorce, should a couple decide to separate.

Sometimes, having the prenuptial agreement conversation can be a tough subject to broach. However, it is often necessary for those who hope to protect certain interests and prevent the worst from happening in the event of divorce. Attorneys are available to help draft prenuptial agreements that are best in line with a couple's interests.

Source: FindLaw, "Can Prenuptial Agreements Help You?," Accessed on April 24, 2017

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