Pre-Nuptial Agreements

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We can help you craft a prenuptial agreement which will protect you and your interests.

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Pre-nuptial agreements do not mean there is a lack of trust between future spouses. They can save both parties from financial and emotional stresses if the marriage does not work out.

We understand this is a sensitive process and are here to help. No one goes into marriage looking for a divorce; however, anything can happen. Nearly fifty percent of marriages today end in divorce. A contested divorce proceeding can be long, complicated and expensive, especially when things like kids, estates, and business ownership are tied into the marriage.

A prenuptial agreement can help protect you and your assets should you and your partner decide to end your relationship. When you want to protect assets before getting married, we can help you navigate the process of entering into a prenuptial agreement.

If either person in a marriage is a business owner a prenuptial agreement can protect your business. This can be especially important as a business owner may have investments with outside people, for example a business partnership. Without a prenup, a divorcing couple may be forced to divide the businesses in a manner which is not beneficial for the company.

A prenuptial agreement (commonly called a prenup) is a legally binding document which will be used to divide any debts or assets in the event a couple divorces.

The prenup can cover any assets or property an individual brought into the marriage as well as any assets which were acquired through the course of the marriage. In the absence of a prenup, the process of dividing this property may be difficult and expensive.

If either person in a marriage is a business owner a prenuptial agreement can protect your business. This can be especially important as a business owner may have investments with outside people, for example a business partnership. Without a prenup, a divorcing couple may be forced to divide the businesses in a manner which is not beneficial for the company.

Are you looking to get married?

Do you have certain interests and property you would like to protect in the event of a divorce?

We can help you decide exactly what you need, work with you to create an appropriate agreement, and represent you in the event you would like a prenuptial agreement.

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