The last thing any Florida couple about to marry wants to think about is divorce. Unfortunately, studies show that the odds of staying together are 50-50. When that statistic is coupled with the fact that many people are marrying later in life, and therefore, have accumulated significant separate property, a prenuptial agreement might be something to look into.
Once a couple is married, the lines of which property belongs to who tend to blur over time. If the parties divorce, it could be an uphill battle to prove what assets were separate properties and what assets are truly marital properties. This is where a prenuptial agreement can prove its worth.