Approximately 16 percent of kids in the U.S. under the age of 18 are living in blended families according to a 2009 Census Bureau report. This is typically a result of a mom or dad with children choosing to remarry following a divorce.
The increase in these so-called blended families has led to an uptick in financial agreements to apportion assets among children who may be a mix of his, hers or both. Many couples decide to get a pre or post-nuptial agreement following a second marriage to clarify what will become of their property with regard to the children in the event of a divorce. Continue reading “Should I Get a Prenuptial Agreement if I Remarry? Probst Family Law”