The division of assets is the most common reason why people enter into a prenup. You can clearly state who gets what if the marriage ends. You can define which property is defined as marital and which is separate property. This is useful if you have assets and wealth coming into the marriage because it sets up clear lines that dictate what happens to them. You can also use the prenuptial agreement to lay out what will happen with business holdings, which is helpful if you own a business. Another inclusion to think about is any inheritance you’ve already received or those that you expect to receive in the future.