Second Marriage? Don’t Make The Same Mistake Twice. Be Prepared With A Prenuptial Agreement

Second Marriage? Don’t Make The Same Mistake Twice. Be Prepared With A Prenuptial Agreement

If you’ve been divorced, and plan on getting married again, you should consider getting a prenuptial agreement. Many people hesitate to get a prenuptial agreement because it may be a sign that one is having second thoughts about the marriage. Considering your past experiences with marriage you understand the consequences that may come by not being prepared. No one wants to think about the marriage ending before it even begins.

3 Reasons you should get a Prenuptial Agreement:

  1. Too Many People are Ruined Financially After Getting a Divorce
    Many people automatically assume that the property and assets will be divided equally if they get a divorce. However, that is not always the case. Some people do not get their “fair share” after they get a divorce. In fact, it is common for people to be ruined financially after a divorce even if they have a high income. You will be less likely to suffer from financial loss after a divorce if you have a prenuptial agreement.
  2. Most People are in Debt
    It is estimated that 80 percent of people are in debt. Managing your own debt can be hard enough. It can be even harder to take on someone else’s debt. If you do not have a prenuptial agreement, then you could still be responsible for paying your spouse’s debt if you get a divorce. A prenuptial agreement can prevent you from having to do that.
  3. The Person who is Making Less Money is Protected
    Prenuptial agreements are not just for people who are making a lot of money. They are also designed to protect the person who is not financially well off. A prenuptial agreement can ensure that both parties will be taken care of after the divorce is finalized.

New Beginnings Family Law, P.C., understands that a second marriage can be a little scary to pursue. They are here to guide you every step of the way. Contact a Huntsville family law attorney today. We can help you put together a fair prenuptial agreement that will benefit both parties and help you start your new beginning with your spouse.

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