No matter the age of the couple, getting married is a major commitment. It is not only about love and commitment, but it is also about intertwining the lives of each spouse. While this may seem like a logical occurrence when one marries, the reality is that some spouses fear having certain finances and property no longer being entirely his or her own. This is where a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can be beneficial.
At The Marin Law Firm, P.A., our skilled attorneys have worked through these marital legal documents in a wide range of matters. Whether it is a young couple just seeking to protect him or herself in the future in case the marriage dissolves or a wealthy spouse taken action to ensure his or her hard work or inheritances are protected from the property division process, a pre or postnuptial agreement can provide many benefits.
Our attorneys take the time to listen to the concerns and wishes of our clients. This helps us determine what course of action is most suitable. In some cases, these documents can be very simple and straightforward; however, in other matters, they can get rather complex. This is often related to everything that is addressed in the document and any terms that could result in a designated division of certain assets or property.
To learn more, check out our law firm’s prenuptial & postnuptial agreements web page. Divorce can get messy, and in our experience, having a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in place can make it less messy. By memorializing property division wishes in a marital document, a couple may feel more at ease if in the future they decide to divorce.