Prenuptial agreements have become more common over the years. However, many couples continue to be wary about creating one before they get married because it may carry a negative connotation concerning the relationship. While a prenuptial agreement does outline what would happen in the case of a divorce, it can have several other benefits for Pennsylvania couples.
As one approaches the divorce process, there are many things to consider, especially when children are involved. Not only do finances, debts and assets have to be separated and dealt with, but also child custody agreements and support have to be outlined. Everything involved in providing for one's children may overwhelm parents who are working through a divorce and custody agreement in Pennsylvania. However, with the help of those in family law, the purpose and various aspects of the arrangement may be easier to understand and work through.