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Assisting you through prenuptial agreement drafting

| Jun 7, 2018 | Prenuptial Agreements

For most individuals in Texas and elsewhere, getting married is a goal. However, with the divorce rate still lingering around 50 percent, some might be apprehensive about taking the plunge. Thus, it is becoming more and more common to take steps to protect ourselves if divorce does happen. Sure, it is very unromantic to talk about divorce before getting hitched; however, this is now a vital step to take whether your are wealthy or not.

A prenuptial agreement is no longer just for the rich and famous. Divorce can be extremely messy, causing it to be both lengthy and costly. As a means to reduce this, prenuptial agreements are entered into. This document does not only provide more ease when going through dissolution but also ensures certain assets and property is protected from distribution during the property division property.

At Katie L. Lewis, Family Law, our legal team is dedicated to helping individuals in the Dallas area understand how a prenup could be very beneficial. Drafting and entering into any legal document can seem overwhelming; however, our goal is to help our clients fully understand their situation and how this legal document could provide many benefits. Whether you seek to protect an inheritance, family business or simply keep separate property separate, a prenup can offer these benefits. Our law firm will explore the needs of our clients, helping them memorialize them in written form.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s prenuptial agreement page. Whether this is your first marriage or fourth, you are wealthy or not, considering a prenuptial agreement is important for couples getting married today.

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