The question of whether to have a prenuptial agreement before marrying can be a sticky one and the answer is often controversial. Though many refuse to even discuss a prenup, calling it anti-romantic, the truth is that a carefully, thoughtfully crafted prenuptial agreement can be about far more than who would get what in case of a split. Though it’s certainly true that prenuptial agreements can establish restrictive provisions about property and support, they can also contain highly romantic language or can codify agreements between partners about behavioral concerns. Though you may not have the same kind of money or fame as the examples below, you can still draw inspiration from some of the terms that the world’s power couples have included in their own prenuptial agreements.
These are just three examples that show that prenuptial agreements aren’t always all about the money. Creative thought can be put into a prenuptial agreement to make it truly represent your needs as a couple. For more information on protecting all of your interests and concerns, contact us today to set up a time to discuss a prenuptial agreement that works for you.