| Prenups and Estate Planning: The WSJ Takes a Look
Prenups and Estate Planning: The WSJ Takes a Look
The Wall Street Journal takes a look at premarital agreements as they go main stream.
On Friday, the Wall Street Journal published an article and ran a live segment discussing how prenuptial agreements are being used as estate planning tools, in conjunction with each partner’s will and trust documents. We wrote previously about the importance and increasing prevalence of pre-nuptial agreements , and this article from the WSJ presents another compelling reason why couples contemplating marriage should consider pre-nuptial agreements.
Attorney Alexis Miloszewski and Attorney Jessica Smith can help you craft a prenuptial agreement with your estate planning needs in mind. If you are in need of new estate planning documents, we can work with attorneys in JSDC’s Estate Planning Group to ensure that all of your assets are protected as you move forward in your new marriage. Call 717.520.4400 or email [email protected] to schedule an appointment in either our Hershey or Mechanicsburg office.