Prenup

“A happy marriage is a long conversation which always seems too short.” -Andre Maurois

Just like a will or trust, a prenuptial agreement (or “prenup”) can be considered part of a good asset protection plan.  It is a legal agreement entered into between two people before they are married.  

Prenups are used by future spouses to outline financial rights and responsibilities during marriage, specify which assets will go to children from previous marriages, protect spouses from each other’s existing debts, preserve business assets, and other goals.

Get off on the right foot in your marriage.  Contact Green Mountain Legal Services to find out more about prenuptial agreements.