You’re excited to walk down the aisle and begin a new life with your sweetheart. You’re also, however, intent on protecting the legacy you’ve worked so hard to create. You may be the perfect candidate for a prenuptial agreement. This legal document provides valuable protection in the event of divorce. It does not mean that
Prenuptial agreements are available to engaged couples, and will be recognized by the court if they are fundamentally fair, and not a product of misrepresentation or duress. Issues such as income allocation, property division, inheritance and spousal maintenance can be addressed in a prenuptial agreement.
Prenuptial Agreements In Minnesota
By Jason C. Brown on
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Minnesota law recognizes the right of the parties to a marriage to rewrite the laws concerning marital dissolution and, instead, contract concerning their rights and obligations should their marriage fail. This can be done in one of two ways. If the parties wish to enter into an agreement prior to their marriage, they will execute…