A New Hampshire prenuptial agreement covers the following main topics: protection of assets, bank accounts, retirement accounts, alimony, personal property, business interests and real property. When Rich Clark completes prenuptial agreements for his client's he requires both party's to have independent legal counsel and the agreement must be contemplated with sufficient time prior to marriage as required by NH case law before the prenuptial agreement is executed by both parties.
This answer is based on Attorney Rich Clark's experience in the following Family Division Courts located in Rockingham and Strafford County: Portsmouth, Brentwood, Hampton, Dover and Rochester.
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