People often associate prenuptial agreements with the expectation that a marriage will eventually fail. The truth, however, is that they can provide important provisions for business ventures, inheritances, real estate, and other issues that could affect your future if your marriage does end. Talking about these matters now with your spouse may be difficult but—as our firm can attest—it is much easier than untangling them later in the courtroom.
At Ford & Friedman, our firm deals almost exclusively with family law and divorce matters. That means our counselors are well-versed in navigating sensitive family matters, including prenuptial and postnuptial agreements for couples. Whether you and your spouse are about to get married or are newlyweds, we can assist you with considering future complications, installing effective precautions, and securing you peace of mind.
Our firm is ready to have this discussion with you and your significant other. Contact our compassionate Henderson family lawyers at (702) 904-9898 today.
One of the biggest misconceptions about prenuptial and postnuptial agreements is that they're used exclusively to protect the higher-earning spouse's assets. However, these agreements are not only financial in nature. They can actually address various facets of a marriage that both spouses may want safeguarded in the event of the unexpected.
No engaged or newly married couple wants to imagine their marriage ending, but it is prudent and often critical that couples consider all perspectives when planning for the future. If you and your future or current spouse are ready to have these conversations, then Ford & Friedman is ready to outline your options and craft an agreement you're both comfortable with.
Start this process with a personalized consultation with our team. Call our offices or fill out our online form to request one today.