Every marriage is different. Some couples just dive into the process, believing that their love is strong enough to keep their marriage going. Others seek to talk things out before entering their union. And even some prefer to take the time to talk things out and plan for the future and if the marriage ends in divorce. Although it is not a romantic topic to discuss before marriage, deciding on a prenuptial agreement can help the couple address potential divorce issues if the marriage fails.
Although it is commonplace to have a prenuptial agreement to address a divorce if one were to occur in the future, this is not always the case. Some couples use a premarital agreement much like one does a financial plan. Today, more and more couples are worried about their finances and protecting them the moment he or she gets married.
At Katie L. Lewis, P.C., Family Law, our skilled legal team can help you better understand the role of a prenuptial agreement. They all do not look the same. However, these documents must follow certain laws when it comes to ensuring that it was executed properly and is valid.
Our law firm takes the time to explain the benefits a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can have. We highlight the issues that are commonly overlooked, such as the value of property increasing over time. Finally, we help our clients navigate any obstacles or issues they may encounter when drafting or enforcing these marital documents.
To learn more, check out our law firm's prenuptial agreement website. Whether you seek to include a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in a marriage, it is important to understand what these documents look like and what they can do. Additionally, if a premarital document is challenged or you seek to invalidate it, it is vital to know what steps can be taken in these matters.