In general, anyone who wants to enter into a prenuptial agreement can benefit from defining each person’s obligations and expectations. It is important to note that the premarital agreement requires a voluntary decision to agree to the terms no matter which party initiates the process.
For a business owner with partners, a prenup can give the partners peace of mind for the future of the business. Likewise, for a spouse with high amounts of debt entering a marriage, a prenup can define responsibility for the debt if the marriage ends.
In all these cases, both parties benefit by defining the expectations to avoid conflict and litigation if a divorce or death occurs.