Logic and sound business judgment teach that entering into an agreement before you marry to define your legal duties and responsibilities, and allocating your assets, in the event of divorce makes good sense. The only problem is what role will logic and good business judgment have on the decision to marry? In this emotionally laden atmosphere, how can you interject logic and business judgment? What happens if you disagree on any or all issues? Can you handle the issues in a way that your love survives the agreement? What about legal representation? What about financial disclosures? Are you prepared to make them? What about children? What about the duration of the marriage? What about future changes in the tax law? Working through delicate, complex, and sometimes competing interests requires skilled counsel. We can provide you with the guidance you need on how to develop a healthy approach to this discussion and the means to work through the difficult problems. Please contact us at 410.269.1554 to schedule an appointment or complete our Initial Consultation form and someone will contact you within one business day about scheduling an initial consultation, We are not representing you and have not agreed to represent you until you sign an engagement letter.