Congratulations, you are getting married! You found the person with whom you want to spend the rest of your life, and now you have a big, bright future ahead! But now the P-word has come up: Prenup.
You and your fiance may be wondering whether to get a prenuptial agreement, also referred to as a premarital agreement. It may be that one of you has significantly more assets than the other. Perhaps there is a family business in play. Maybe you have children from a prior relationship that you want to protect or you have other estate-planning needs. Or maybe you just want to plan for all possible contingencies.
So if you are considering a premarital agreement, there is something you should keep in mind: You already have a prenup.