Families have a way of growing unexpectedly. Between children and pets, you and your spouse may soon find yourselves responsible for a number of lives. Whether you adopted fur babies because you chose to remain childless or augmented your already full family with dogs and cats, the companion animals in your life hold an important place in your heart and in the hearts of any children you share with your spouse.
When divorce comes knocking, having a prenuptial agreement can make the entire process much simpler and less contentious. That is, as long as the agreement holds up to scrutiny by each spouse and the court handling the divorce. Many prenuptial agreements contain errors or weaknesses that a spouse may contest or a court may not uphold.