First marriages are happening later and later in life and second marriages are common as well. This means that more and more people are marrying at a time in their lives when they have meaningful assets like homes, retirement accounts, or businesses that they built up before the date of marriage. And while most enter marriage believing that it will last forever, we know that won’t be the reality for nearly half of all couples. If you failed to plan, you may find yourself waving goodbye to half of the assets that you worked so hard to build during your single days. So, how do you protect yourself and make any future divorce proceedings as painless as possible? A set of Nuptial Agreements is a good place to start.