Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements: What To Know
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are not an indication that you think your relationship is unstable. To the contrary, a prenuptial or a postnuptial agreement can put any concerns regarding your relationship to rest. In the best scenarios, it can help your relationship thrive.
Please contact me, Liz Alpert, if you need a lawyer who will draft an agreement that suits your specific needs. I have the business acumen to accurately describe diverse assets, as well as the analytical ability to help you document your wishes in proper legal terms, whether you readying to walk down the aisle or have been married for any length of time. My experience in divorce litigation and estate plans is an additional asset for anyone in Florida needing a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement.
Establishing Future Property Division And Other Important Issues
You may want to consider a prenuptial agreement if one or more of the following factors are present in your relationship:
- Significant difference in separate assets
- Children from a previous marriage or relationship
- A wish to prevent contention in the event of a divorce
If you have divorced and want to get back together, you may wish to establish a reconciliation agreement that protects you and your former spouse’s now separate assets. This type of agreement can help you if you decide to separate again. Please also ask me about other documents that can establish your rights before purchasing a home or other asset.
Contact Alpert Law, P.A., For Attention To Your Specific Needs
I am available to work closely with clients throughout Sarasota, Manatee and Hillsborough counties, including communities such as Bird Key, Longboat Key and Siesta Key. If you are interested in drafting a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, I encourage you to call me at 941-584-9501 or contact me online with a brief description of your needs.