When you read the term "prenuptual agreement," the first images which come to mind are likely negative. Isn't that all about shielding assets and cheating your partner before the marriage even starts? At best, it's not very romantic and awfully cold. Yet today's marriages sometimes have a lot of good reasons for a strong prenup that is in everyone's interests.
Here are some eye-opening statistics about the current state of marriage in the U.S.
Many people never give prenuptial agreements much thought until they make plans to get married, and even then they are often overlooked or misunderstood. Learning more about this valuable legal tool can help you avoid missing out on its many benefits.