You might not think that you need a prenuptial agreement when getting married. However, if you're bringing assets into the union, it's a good idea to have paperwork in place explaining who owns what and how assets will be distributed in the event of a divorce. While this subject can be difficult to broach during the lead up to a marriage, it's crucial to ensure you and your spouse remain protected financially. Bankrate explains a few of the basics regarding prenuptial agreements.
Maryland divorces often result when trust between spouses breaks down. When this occurs, one or both of you may take steps to hide assets from the other in an attempt to protect yourself. In complex divorces, the value of uncovered assets can make a significant difference in the settlement amount. At Steven J. Gaba we often assist high net worth clients identify and protect specific assets.