Are you getting married and want to protect your assets? Then, you should be considering a pre-nuptial agreement. This is a negotiated document signed by a couple before their marriage. The document will typically lay out ownership of property, money, and assets. Additionally, the document will be binding in Court provided the document is entered into freely, knowledgeably, and in good faith. All assets of both parties must be fully disclosed, or the document will not be considered enforceable. And, each person must have an attorney to ensure each one has full knowledge of what is going on. As well as what is being signed. This helps ensure the agreement is enforceable.