This is a great question which we frequently are asked. Yes, a prenuptial agreement will ensure that any property rights of children from a previous marriage continue to be enforced. The parent of the children will disclose the support obligation he or she has for those children as an expense. If you want to decide about any monetary arrangements will be and what obligations the new spouse would have toward those children.
Additionally, when assets are being passed on to children from a prior marriage, trouble can occur. Experts advise people who remarry to have even stronger asset defenses—prenups and even postnups that are highly detailed and clearly laid out.
The message from the experts is simple: you can never have too many documents backing up your intentions. Contact us today to get started.