Prenuptial agreements are agreements formed between two people prior to marriage that set out the manner in which assets would be divided in the event of a divorce. Prenuptial agreements are created before marriage, but should not be done "in contemplation of divorce." Because of this, a prenuptial agreement must be worded properly. There must be full disclosure of assets, and there must be consideration on both sides. Without consideration (benefit to both parties), a prenuptial agreement will often be held to be invalid. To set up a consultation with one of our prenuptial agreement attorneys, call 770-461-2025.