If you are planning to walk down the aisle, divorce is probably the last thing you would like to think about. However, the reality is that many marriages today end in divorce, so it only makes sense to be prepared for such a situation by creating a prenuptial agreement.
A prenuptial agreement will essentially establish particular terms that will go into effect if your marriage ends. For instance, perhaps you would like to protect your family business assets from your spouse if you decide to get a divorce. Here is a look at what you can and cannot include in this type of legal agreement in Colorado.