They’re not among the favourite topics of conversation for most couples, but prenups have a lengthy list of benefits. Partner at Stevenson Hood Thornton Beaubier, Kim Visram, likens them to house insurance.
“We want that house insurance in place in case there is a fire,” she says. We hope to never experience a fire, but having insurance makes the unexpected a tiny bit more tolerable. These agreements are your insurance, should the unexpected ever happen in your personal relationship. We talked with Kim about what they entail and why they need to be addressed, especially if you own or have a stake in a business. Visit vexxit.com for the full show notes.