It is always a good idea to go into a marriage focused on the right things. A prenuptial agreement can help. Typically prenuptial agreements are most considered when either the bride or groom has been married previously or has children from a previous relationship. Sometimes when one potential spouse has significant assets and wants to protect them for their family of origin, a prenuptial agreement can be valuable to reduce the fear of losing one’s assets or inheritance. Quite often after the couple with the prenuptial agreement has been married for some time, these fears melt away. In those cases the prenuptial agreement can be amended or eliminated. If you are considering a prenup agreement, please contact Jonathan Murdoch-Kitt to discuss your specific situation.