Orlando Prenuptial/Postnuptial Agreement Attorney
To say that all marriages will last forever would be untruthful. While you may have the best hopes for your future with your soon-to-be spouse, it is not a bad idea to consider protecting your assets. The cost and time of preparing a premarital agreement is far less significant than that of divorce litigation. Just because you are prepared for the worst does not mean the worst will happen. Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are simply smart and precautionary measures for both you and your future spouse.
Protection and Security for Both Parties
At the office of Timothy W. Terry, Attorney at Law, we are able to draft prenuptial agreements for our clients prior to marriage as well as postnuptial agreements afterward in case of separation or any significant changes in assets. If you already have a prenuptial agreement, we can review it for you and make sure that all issues were properly considered.
An initial consultation is available to you at no charge.
We are available to represent individuals in Orlando and throughout central Florida. E-mailor call us at 407-495-2399 for more information about what an experienced Orlando prenuptial agreement lawyer can for you.
A prenuptial agreement is a contract between you and your future spouse made before the marriage, about how your property and assets will be handled in the event of a divorce. While we hope that this event will never take place, a prenuptial agreement will protect your assets as well as make for a smoother divorce process.
You may have a business or partnership you want to protect. As your marriage continues, it will become harder and harder to distinguish who exactly brought what into the marriage. A prenuptial agreement can clearly delineate a division of assets for you as well as any debts or tax liabilities. You may have complex assets to consider. We can help sort that out.
If you have a child from a previous marriage, prenuptial agreements would enable you to protect the child’s property rights and perhaps any future inheritances. You are not only protecting yourself but also your child.
A postnuptial agreement is a contract much like a prenuptial agreement except it is made after a marriage. Postnuptial agreements are made in the event of separation or if one spouse wants to start a business. Sometimes a spouse receives an inheritance. Substantial changes in assets can create a need for a postnuptial agreement or a revision of a premarital agreement.
Contact Our Florida Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer
To talk to us in more detail about your prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, e-mail or call us at 407-495-2399 to schedule a free initial consultation.