A prenup is a written agreement between two couples before marriage that dictates what happens to your assets and income in the event of a divorce. If you have a prenuptial agreement with your spouse, it can make the divorce process less stressful since problems concerning money and assets are outlined.
Additionally, it lessens the need for court intervention in handling issues, ensuring you spend less time in resolving your divorce case. However, the court needs to determine whether your prenup is valid, and your spouse may ask the court to reject the agreement.
For more information about prenups and how they affect your divorce, contact Granholm & Gynac to consult with a divorce lawyer.