What assets can a Prenuptial Agreement protect?

A prenuptial agreement can protect the following assets:

Premarital assets and property owned by each spouse before the marriage.

Assets received from a settlement under a previous divorce.

Inheritances or gifts received by one spouse during the marriage.

Business interests or intellectual property owned by one spouse. A prenup can shield a business from being affected by the breakdown of the marriage and protect its ownership.

Pensions or shares owned by either spouse.

Although prenups are not legally binding, courts will generally uphold them if they were entered into fairly and voluntarily by both parties.

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