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Many engaged couples are divided over the issue of whether to create a prenuptial (or also called Premarital) agreement between them. While some people believe that prenuptial agreements are unromantic, others believe it is a practical prerequisite to the modern marriage, considering the high rates of divorce and separation.
In Maryland, Prenuptial Agreements are governed by contract law.
Good candidates for a Prenuptial agreement:
- People who own their own businesses may wish to protect not only their own assets and properties, but also their sole proprietorships or their companies.
- Songwriters, authors, researchers and scientists may also wish to protect their intellectual property.
- One person who has specific property or asset such as an inheritance, a house or a car bought before the marriage.
- In the case of a second or third marriage, an individual may want to to protect the financial rights of children from other ex-spouses or previous relationships.
- When one spouse may have significant wealth, or substantial debt
Prenuptial agreements cannot:
- be a contract for divorce
- be a promise to marry
- affect child support or child custody
The Koslow Law Firm supports clients in many parts of Maryland including, but not limited to: Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Calvert County, the Eastern Shore, Howard County, Montgomery County, and Prince George’s County.