What is a prenuptial agreement?

Approximately 41% of first marriages, 60% of second marriages and 73% of third marriages end in divorce, and many couples are waiting longer to get married. Due to accumulating substantial premarital assets, a prenuptial agreement (also known as a premarital or antenuptial agreement) is not only practical, but a necessity in many cases. Similarly, many couples have children from previous relationships whose needs must be considered before entering into a marriage. A prenuptial agreement can be used to ensure protection of premarital assets, limit distribution of marital property and spousal support in the event of a divorce or the distribution of property in the event of death.

Experienced prenuptial attorneys to help give you peace of mind

Do you feel you may have a need for a prenuptial agreement but are unsure of where to start or what questions to ask?

The Perla Law Firm has significant experience drafting, negotiating and enforcing prenuptial agreements. Hiring an experienced attorney is crucial as prenuptial agreements are only enforceable in Ohio if particular conditions are met. Contact The Perla Law Firm today for more information.