Getting married is considered to be the ultimate sign of love and commitment by many. However, close to half of the marriages in the United States end in divorce. Because of this startling statistic, many individuals bring up the idea of a prenuptial agreement (also known as premarital agreements in Utah law). While the conversation of a prenuptial agreement can be difficult and somewhat awkward, in the event of a divorce, having one in place significantly lessens the stress and headache that accompanies dividing property and assets.


Continue reading below to find out everything you need to know about prenuptial agreements.


What is a Prenuptial or Premarital Agreement?

Utah State Legislature states that prenuptial agreement means “an agreement between prospective spouses made in contemplation of marriage and effective upon marriage.” Utah requires both individuals to sign a written prenuptial agreement.


 What Can a Prenuptial Agreement Include?


What Premarital Agreements Cannot Include


What You Need to Know About Premarital Agreements

Here is everything you need to know about prenuptial agreements in Utah:



Benefits of Premarital Agreements

Prenuptial agreements come with many benefits, such as:


Contact The Ault Firm, P.C.

If you need a prenuptial agreement or need to make adjustments to an existing agreement, contact the legal professionals at The Ault Firm, P.C.

You can trust our knowledgeable and experienced team to protect your assets and interests. We are highly trained and committed to our clients’ needs first and will work closely with you to ensure the best possible outcome.

If you are in the Salt Lake City or West Jordan area and need a prenuptial agreement attorney, contact The Ault Firm to schedule a case consultation.