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A prenuptial agreement, or prenup, is the agreement made by a couple about
to be wed laying out the rules which will govern their property, debts,
income, and expenses in the event of the marriage coming to an end. If
you have any children from a previous marriage or a significant amount
of assets to your name, it is advisable that you obtain such an agreement
to protect yourself in the event of a divorce or dissolution.
Before you agree to any agreement, however, you should consult with a Concord
family lawyer from The Law Offices of Darrin M. Gamradt, P.C. who can
ensure the property you bring into your marriage is protected. The firm
offers the dedicated support you need when you are dealing with serious
family law issues of any kind and consistently fights for your best interests.
What a Prenuptial Agreement can Do for You
A prenuptial agreement is designed to protect you, your spouse, and your
children’s financial well-being.
A prenup can do the following:
- Supplement and protect your estate plan
- Protect one spouse from the debts of the other
- Distinguish between property owned separately by each spouse and that owned jointly
- Provide for children either spouse has from a previous marriage
- Retain family heirlooms, business interests, and other property
- Make is easier to distribute property equitably in the event of a divorce
- Lay out which spouse is responsible for which financial items during the marriage
It is vitally important to work through the process of establishing a prenuptial
agreement with a knowledgeable Concord family lawyer because if any part
of the agreement contains prohibited material, it can be considered void
by the state.
Take the first step—call the firm today!
Disputes are not uncommon during the creation or enforcement of a prenuptial
agreement. You need trusted legal support during these times to protect
your interests and The Law Offices of Darrin M. Gamradt, P.C. is prepared
to work on your behalf.
Speak with the firm today during a no-cost consultation—(888) 372-1301!