Prenuptial agreements often carry a negative stigma. However, there are many benefits that these agreement can offer to couples getting ready to enter into marriage. Prenuptial agreements help clarify and define the couples’ rights and obligations to protect both parties in the event of divorce or even death. A party may consider drafting a prenuptial agreement if:
- You have children from a previous marriage
- You have property that must remain in the family
- You have inherited money
- You own a business
- Your partner has significant debt
- You earn less than your significant partner
- You earn more than your significant partner
- You plan to quit your job to raise the children of the marriage
With over forty years of experience, the attorneys at the Walker Law Firm can help determine whether a prenuptial agreement may be right for you. We can help develop a personalized agreement that protects assets you bring into the marriage. We are able to answer any specific questions you may have regarding your unique situation and how a prenuptial agreement can help.
By communicating these financial matters upfront, you and your spouse have a better understanding of how to handle these issues in the future. Obtaining a prenuptial agreement helps to protect your future. With our assistance you can move toward your future nuptial with peace of mind.
If you have any questions or concerns about your current prenuptial agreement or are considering drafting an agreement or enforcing one, contact the Walker Law Firm today for advice and representation.