How to create a Prenuptial Agreement in Arizona


In Arizona, couples can enter into a spousal agreement before marriage, known as a prenuptial or premarital agreement, to control certain aspects of the marital property. Statistics show that more than half of marriages end in divorce. While prenuptial agreements don’t increase this likelihood for a couple, they do simplify things if the marriage doesn't go as planned.

While these agreements certainly aren't for everybody, they can provide couples with protection beyond that which is offered by existing laws. An Arizona prenuptial agreement attorney can help couples determine whether a prenuptial agreement is appropriate, and then draft an agreement that will be valid and enforceable in court.

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