There are many benefits of creating a prenuptial agreement, including the ability to keep some of your assets safe from division in the event of a future divorce.
If this is something that interests you, here's a detail that you never want to overlook: You need to start the process as soon as possible.
You don't want to ask your soon to be spouse to sign a prenuptial agreement a couple days before you tie the knot.
In order for a prenuptial agreement to be considered valid by a court, it must not be entered under duress. This is why it's essential to give yourself plenty of time to discuss the agreement, make changes, and ensure that both individuals are comfortable with each and every detail.
As a general rule of thumb, the second you begin to ponder a prenuptial agreement is the second you should bring this to light. You may be nervous about discussing this with your partner, but it's important to do so.
At our law firm, we help people create a prenuptial agreement that puts their mind at ease as they move forward with their wedding plans. Since there is a lot that goes into this, we always tell people to get started as soon as possible.
If you want to successfully create a prenuptial agreement, you need to get an early start. There may be challenges along the way, such as disagreements between you and your partner, but when you leave enough time all of these things can be handled in the appropriate manner.