Prenuptial Agreements ∙ Coral Springs, Florida
A prenuptial or postnuptial agreement establishes ownership of property and responsibility for debts and other matters.
A prenup can establish what property was owned before the marriage.
After years of marriage, it can be difficult to establish who owned what at the time of the marriage. If you have a business, a house, or other assets that you do not want to be co-mingled with marital assets, that should be carefully explained in a prenuptial agreement. A premarital agreement can also establish separate debts.
A postnuptial agreement can establish what happens from a given point in a marriage.
Perhaps because there is a chance of a divorce or perhaps because there is a concern about defining what is separate (like an inheritance or gift), a couple may want to draft a postnuptial agreement.
Many people approach marriage with a realistic concern about property and debts. If a business is involved, if this is a second marriage, if significant property or debts are involved or if the parties want to preserve assets for their children from a previous marriage, talk to a family law attorney about an agreement that meets your objectives.
If you have been asked to sign a Florida prenuptial agreement, make sure you have a lawyer who will review the document and protect your rights.
If you want a prenuptial agreement attorney who is easy to talk to, who plans a legal strategy based on your objectives, and who has a sincere concern for the results as well as the costs, we look forward to talking with you. Contact our Coral Springs office to ask an attorney about your Florida prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement questions.
Ask About a Free Consultation • Credit Cards Accepted