Prenuptial agreements can be the right thing for a couple with complex assets or for individuals who are business owners with employees counting on the continuity of the company.
A prenuptial agreement must meet certain legal requirements to be enforceable in Texas. Those requirements are:
- It must be in writing,
- Both parties must fully disclose their assets, and
- Both parties must enter into the agreement voluntarily.
Although prenuptial agreements can seem in bad taste or overly distrustful, there are instances where they make sense and can offer a measure of security for both parties. If you are interested in a prenuptial agreement, contact our attorneys today for a consultation.
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