Financial disputes are the number one reason for divorce in America. A premarital agreement is designed to identify financial concerns and establish expectations. Rather than being a “plan for divorce” an effective prenuptial agreement can serve as divorce prevention.
Prenuptial agreements are legal contracts and thus, they should not be entered into lightly. Premarital agreements have an impact on your finances, your family, and your future. Working with an experienced prenuptial agreement attorney ensures that you are entering a fair and realistic premarital agreement. Prenuptial agreements are often viewed as divorce prevention tools.
Unfortunately, some prenuptial agreements are unfair, illegal, and even deemed unconscionable, and therefore, are unenforceable. Some premarital agreements are simply unrealistic. As a result, it is important to have an attorney that understands the boundaries of prenuptial agreements and can help you and your partner craft a fair and enforceable document.
In considering a prenuptial agreements, our office will help you and your partner solidify your desires for the future, document your intentions and help both of you protect what you have worked so hard to earn.