Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

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One proactive way to protect yourself when beginning a new marital relationship is to consider formalizing a prenuptial agreement to cover property ownership, estate, and other related issues.

 

These agreements can protect pre-existing assets parties bring into a marriage, clarify estate rights each party may have in the other's estate in the event of an untimely death, and dictate how property would be divided in the event of a divorce. Prenuptial agreements protect the inheritance rights of children to ensure they receive their birth-parent's property when a parent in a blended family passes away. They can also prevent nasty, protracted divorce litigation.

Prenuptial agreements must be carefully and strategically crafted to ensure your rights are protected.

Call today to schedule a consultation so we can assist you as you protect your property. 770.889.0181.