A marriage can only end in one of two ways: Death or Divorce. In many situations, a premarital or marital agreements can help to effectuate a party’s intentions at divorce or death.
Prenuptial agreements are traditionally thought of as only being for wealthy people who are marrying someone with less financial means. In reality, premarital and marital agreements are a vastly underutilized estate planning tool.
Premarital agreements can also be used to ensure that assets are passed to children of prior marriages and to protect a spouse from inheriting their spouse’s debts, among having other uses.
Marital agreements can also be entered into in Colorado, which are executed during the course of a marriage.
Contact the attorneys at Gendelman Law Group to discuss whether a premarital agreement or marital agreement is right for you by calling us at (720) 213- 0687 or by clicking here.