Strong Strategies For Family Law And Estate Planning

Alpert Law, P.A., provides insight and creative problem-solving for divorce, property valuations and division, paternity issues, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and estate planning.

Strong Strategies For Family Law And Estate Planning

Alpert Law, P.A. provides insight and creative problem solving for divorce, property valuations and division, paternity issues, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and estate planning.

Versatile, Well-Prepared Family Law Advocacy And Estate Planning For Clients Throughout Sarasota County And The Surrounding Communities In Florida’s Gulf Coast Region

Having The Right Attorney Is The Gateway To Your Future Stability

Passage from your old life to your new chapter can be troubling on many levels. Most divorcing couples face stressful circumstances as they contend with balancing their personal well-being and future stability. When the going gets tough, having the right attorney at your side is critical to successfully resolving your disputes and establishing a fresh foundation. Every move you make in the process of your divorce can affect the outcome. Knowing you have a trustworthy family law attorney who offers legal insight, innovative solutions and creative problem-solving can make all the difference in facilitating favorable results for your divorce.

If you are facing divorce or other family law issues and want to truly understand your options and protect your rights, I encourage you to call my law firm, Alpert Law, P.A., in Sarasota. I will work together with you to form a plan that enables you to make important legal decisions with confidence as your story unfolds.

Do Not Be Afraid To Live Your Best Life

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are not a form of distrust in a relationship. These types of agreements are actually highly beneficial to a couple’s ability to communicate their needs, express their expectations and to draw healthy boundaries in their relationship. A prenup or postnuptial agreement provides a safety net for both parties to live their best life as a couple. It can also establish what method the parties will choose to address misunderstandings that will inevitably arise in the future.

Unfair and unconscionable prenups will not hold up in court, but if a party does seek to end their partnership or marriage in the future, a prenup or postnup can facilitate an amicable split. An amicable split will be less emotionally and financially costly to everyone in the long run. I can help you create a solid prenuptial or postnuptial agreement. I can also assist you in reviewing one before you set pen to paper on a prenup created by someone else.

Do Not Be Afraid To Live Your Best Life

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are not a form of distrust in a relationship. These types of agreements are actually highly beneficial to a couple’s ability to communicate their needs, express their expectations and to draw healthy boundaries in their relationship. A prenup or postnuptial agreement provides a safety net for both parties to live their best life as a couple. It can also establish what method the parties will choose to address misunderstandings that will inevitably arise in the future.

Unfair and unconscionable prenups will not hold up in court, but if a party does seek to end their partnership or marriage in the future, a prenup or postnup can facilitate an amicable split. An amicable split will be less emotionally and financially costly to everyone in the long run. I can help you create a solid prenuptial or postnuptial agreement. I can also assist you in reviewing one before you set pen to paper on a prenup created by someone else.

Your Story Is Far From Over

When you were married, you may have assumed your spouse would take care of your financial matters or ensure implementation of your choice of medical treatment if you were unable. Your new life changes mean it is time to establish or update your estate plan and other important documents with named beneficiaries, especially if your former spouse is your named beneficiary.

With the help of an experienced estate planning attorney, creating or updating your will, establishing a trust, taking a fresh look at your durable financial power of attorney and your living will, or designating a health care surrogate can take you from feeling derailed to back on track in a remarkably short period. I can help you craft an estate plan tailored to your goals.

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