Experienced Brandon Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer
No one gets married with the expectation that their relationship will end in divorce. But it always makes sense to protect yourself, your assets, and your future with a prenuptial agreement. At Carman, Bevington & Finegan we have helped set up numerous prenuptial agreements. We have also been involved in many parental planning, alimony negotiations and other divorce related proceedings. If you’re thinking about a prenuptial agreement – you should probably get one, and we can help.
Who needs a prenuptial agreement?
Many people believe that a prenuptial agreement is only for the rich and famous. The truth is, this document is designed for every person who is going to be married and has something to protect. Prenuptial agreements are also useful for people that have been married previously or have children from other relationships. Its main goal is to protect assets and income, but it can also be used to provide for family or other loved ones in the event of divorce and even death.
Likely Next Steps
A prenuptial agreement isn’t about reducing your relationship to a business transaction – it’s about thinking ahead to protect yourself, your family and your future. If you and your soon to be spouse have already talked about it and agree, you should move forward immediately. If you haven’t discussed prenuptial agreements yet – it makes sense to consult an attorney who can help you assess your current assets and explain your options. If a prenuptial agreement is necessary, we will draft one on your behalf that specifically meets your needs. And if you have been presented with a prenuptial agreement, we will help you understand its terms, and if necessary, help you negotiate better terms to achieve the peace of mind for you and your future spouse. At Carman, Bevington & Finegan, we’re driven by a desire to protect our clients with the same professionalism that we would want in a similar situation.