Premarital and Postmarital Agreements

There are some common provisions that parties to a premarital agreement often want to include. The most common provision engaged spouses want to include in a prenuptial agreement is an identification of the property and debts of each party owned prior to marriage. The purpose of this clause is to identify what will be each party’s separate property after the marriage begins.
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Prenups are not just for wealthy people anymore. Couples utilize premarital agreements not only to cover current assets, but also to cover future assets or the potential for future wealth. A prenuptial agreement in Texas can address a current or future business interest, potential inheritance, or financial support of elderly parents.
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