Most couples think about getting a prenutial agreement after one of the spouses has proposed to the other and the proposal is accepted. The wedding date is set and the wedding is planned. At the same time, spouses know that financial planning is just as important as legal preparation. The challenge is that this is a very romantic time in the relationship and neither party wants to discuss the possibility of a divorce. Unfortunately, the divorce rate is currently approaching 50%. Very few people who get married think they will be among the 50% who divorce. In the United States, marriage contracts are recognized in all fifty states and the District of Columbia and are enforceable if prepared in accordance with the requirements of federal and state law. . . .