A Premarital Agreement can help ensure that a couple, not the court, decides how their property would be split in the event of a divorce.
In a Premarital Agreement, you can specify assets that will remain your separate property, what you would like to be considered community or shared property, and you can even specify how you would like to classify assets that you do not currently own. The parties can also stipulate that one party would benefit in a certain way from the marriage.
Our experienced attorneys will be able to explain what is typical and implement creative solutions for your unique situation to ensure that the finished product is going to reflect your individual needs. Our goal is for you to have the peace of mind to move forward in your marriage and into a bright future. The process is painless and straightforward.
Reasons for a Premarital Agreement:
- Protect assets that you have now or may acquire in the future
- Protect assets for you, your parents, or your children from a previous relationship
- Limit or eliminate the risk of having to pay alimony or spousal support
- Protect assets (in particular a business) that are owned by you and other parties
- Protect your parent’s legacy and your inheritance
Let us help you and your partner protect both of your financial interests before entering into your marriage.