Yes. The same lawyer cannot represent both spouses. It is important to get legal advice from an attorney who is focused on protecting your interests as prenuptial agreements are negotiated, drafted and reviewed.
Because of rules specific to this state, Wisconsin pre-nuptial agreements must address certain important issues. Otherwise, even if the agreement is validated at divorce, it may not fully protect the assets as intended. First of all, the pre-nup agreement must clearly state that it is enforceable at divorce. Although it may seem obvious, some courts have […]
Wisconsin prenup agreements allow spouses to avoid Wisconsin’s marital property rules. Each spouse in Wisconsin owns one-half of all marital property. However, what is considered “marital property” during a marriage is different at divorce. The definition for divorce is far broader, even covering property titled to only one spouse, or property owned before the marriage. If you wish to protect assets from […]