Prenuptial Agreements in Massachusetts
A prenuptial agreement needs to be discussed, drafted, and signed well in advance of your wedding so as to be devoid of any hint of coercion. You and your spouse-to-be must be completely forthcoming in disclosing all of the relevant financial data. Any agreement must be fair and reasonable, without leaving either spouse without means of support.
Those who are marrying for a second, third, or subsequent time, who have children or grandchildren from previous marriages, or who have complex business holdings or financial histories, or who have substantial savings or investments, may want to create a prenuptial agreement to protect these assets, their estates, wills, and beneficiaries. By discussing your needs and concerns with a Danvers divorce attorney at the firm, you can get the competent help and support needed to approach the issue with your intended spouse and to create a fair and lawful agreement.
Contact a Danvers prenuptial agreement lawyer at the firm for capable legal help in creating or enforcing your agreement today.