Whether you are the only owner of your small business, or have a partner, a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement may help protect your business in the event of your divorce or death. Read how.
Archive for August 26, 2013
Odds are that you have assets that are not covered by your Will, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Your Will covers your “probate” assets only. Your other assets are called “non-probate assets”. » Read more..
It’s often a good idea to keep any cash or other assets inherited from your parents or other relatives separate from assets that you share with your spouse. » Read more..
If you want maximum control over your assets, a pre-nuptial agreement is a good idea.
Without a pre-nup, Minnesota law determines who gets what in the event of a divorce or your death. With a pre-nup, your pre-nup contract determines what happens. However, a Minnesota pre-nup must be “procedurally and “substantively fair”. » Read more..