All marriages end, whether by death or divorce. Premarital (“prenup” or “prenuptial agreement”) and post-marital property agreements are a reasonable solution for those who are concerned about what will happen to their assets at the end of the marriage. They are frequently used in situations involving second marriages, especially when one wants to preserve an estate for children from the first marriage. They are also used to simplify the division of assets upon death or divorce, and can be very helpful for assets that are not easily divisible, such as a business interest.

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