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Think of a prenuptial agreement as a form of financial planning.
You want to separate the possessions you brought into the marriage from those you and your spouse acquire afterward. For assistance in drawing up a prenuptial agreement, turn to Faith Z. Brown. Our prenuptial agreement lawyer helps you protect your assets.
Reach out to our family law attorney for guidance in drafting a prenuptial agreement that is legally binding. We provide family law services for clients from Sarasota, Lakewood Ranch, Bradenton, Venice, North Port, Palmetto, Ellenton, and Parrish Florida.
Contact us today for advice from an expert in marital law.
Consult with Our Prenuptial Agreement Attorney
Having the practicality and foresight to draw up a spousal agreement simplifies concerns about the division of property should there be a divorce. Our prenuptial agreement attorney can draw up an agreement that protects all your assets, including income, property, and business.
A prenuptial agreement is a legal matter that clarifies and categorizes assets. You may bring property into a marriage that you would like to maintain as yours. This can include an inheritance, a business, or an heirloom. It is important to make this distinction because, in the event of a divorce, all assets can be considered joint property by the court and divided accordingly. Consult with our attorney about what property you want to be classified as yours before the marriage.
Reasonable Prenuptial Agreement Cost
As it is our practice to keep our fees affordable, we believe you will find our prenuptial agreement costs fair and reasonable. This fee will save you a lot of money if there is a divorce. The court uses such agreements to determine what is and what is not considered marital property.
Getting a Spousal Agreement after Marriage
You may find that you want to have a post-nuptial agreement after marriage. It is legal to do so. However, you must meet certain conditions. You must provide full disclosure of your assets and you must not coerce your spouse into agreeing to the post-nuptial agreement. This can get complicated as you are already married. That is why we recommend seeking the help of a marital law lawyer to make sure all requirements are met for your post-nuptial agreement.