What if we don’t have any real assets? Are there still reasons to get a prenup?

Even if you don’t have significant assets now, as you build your lives together, your financial picture will change (and hopefully grow). When you are setting up a prenuptial agreement, you and your spouse will discuss all of your current assets, debts, needs, wants and thoughts about estate planning. This process of drafting a prenuptial agreement can help you address and reconcile differences you may have over finances before you get married. In short, the discussions that go into creating a prenup in North Carolina can help prevent the kind of surprises and financial disagreements that cause many divorces.


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