Prenuptial Agreements

A recent Wall Street Journal article discussed educating young people of high net worth on the risks of marriage…and divorce. According to the article, a global private banking enterprise held a “camp” for the young adult children of families possessing at least $10 million net worth. The attendees paid their own way to these events, […]

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Can you challenge a prenup?

by Dinnebier & Demmerle on September 25, 2014

Can your challenge a prenup? In a recent blog post we took a brief look at prenuptial agreements and how they can figure in the divorce process. Now we will switch sides and address whether and how these agreements can be overturned. When one or both spouses in a divorce situation has a high net […]

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Premarital Agreements

by Dinnebier & Demmerle on September 3, 2014

Premarital Agreements

The purpose of a “prenup”, or premarital agreement, is to create a document that legally establishes how certain assets and/or property will be distributed if the upcoming marriage should, at a future time, be terminated.  The agreement provides protection and direction concerning a future event that may not occur.  It does not cast any particular […]

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