It doesn’t have to be all or nothing
With about half of all marriages ending in divorce, it’s wise for couples contemplating a trip down the aisle to consider a marital property agreement. This is especially true for those with children from prior marriages, significant assets or debts, or family businesses they want to protect.
Marital property agreements can also be essential estate planning tools tailored to the individual needs and circumstances of a couple. With a marital property agreement, the couple can alter Wisconsin’s default 50/50 marital property allocation by classifying certain property as individual. But they must be properly drafted to be enforced.
Draft airtight agreements
Attend Untying the Knot: MPAs for Estate Planning, Business, Family, and Bankruptcy to:
- Gain tips and tricks for transforming neutral sentences into persuasive ones
- Learn the essentials of drafting valid, enforceable marital property agreements for couples of all kinds
- Discover how the classification of property can impact your clients’ estate plans
- Create estate plans that account for various marital circumstances
- Protect your clients’ family business in the event of a dissolution of marriage
You’ll get the information you need to help clients start their marriages off on the right foot at Untying the Knot: MPAs for Estate Planning, Business, Family, and Bankruptcy.