Prenuptial agreements have proliferated in the last few years for many reasons, including the challenging economy, the trend toward later-in-life marriages, high divorce rates, the recognition of same-sex marriages, increased public acceptance, and globalization.

This article will address several current trends in prenuptial agreements: (1) the use of the collaborative process; (2) special issues relating to same-sex and transgender prenuptial agreements; (3) provisions responsive to legislation; and (4) the heightened use of prenuptial “cousins,” such as postnuptial, cohabitation and relationship agreements.

Prenups in High Demand

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