The Divorce Guide now covers prenups! If you’re considering marriage but worried about divorce, a prenuptial agreement is the answer you’ve been looking for. Alimony? Waive it. Don’t want to give him your retirement account? No problem. Don’t want her owning half the business you decided to start? Done.

As of amendments to the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act (“UPAA”) enacted in 2013, prenuptial agreements in the State of New Jersey are stronger than ever. The Court’s inquiry to determine enforceability is limited to circumstances that existed on or before the agreement was signed.

If you’re curious and you’d like to learn more, check out the full section of the Guide on prenups: [Prenuptial Agreements.] Find out all about what you can agree to, what you can’t agree to, and when the Court will deem an agreement unenforceable.