If you have been married before, or even if this is your first marriage, you may wish to consider a premarital, or prenuptial, agreement. Marriage law is like business partnership law. Having a prenuptial agreement can permit you and your future spouse to discuss somewhat unromantic subjects, such as control of money and ownership of assets. Such a discussion and agreement may help you avoid some common pitfalls in marriage, establish clarity, and may form the basis for lasting trust between you and your future spouse. If you would like to discuss a prenuptial agreement, be sure you do so well in advance of the date of your wedding. Cardinal Law can help facilitate your discussion, as well as draft the agreement.