Broward County Prenuptial Agreement Attorney
Protect Your Future with a Prenuptial Agreement
Are you about to get married? If so, then you may be wondering how a prenuptial agreement can help protect you. At the law firm of Lindsay A. Feldman, P.A., we understand that a prenuptial agreement can be an important tool to have in your toolbox. Our firm is dedicated to helping clients achieve their goals, and we can help you protect your financial future with a prenuptial agreement.
What Is a Prenuptial Agreement?
A prenuptial agreement is a contract between two individuals who are about to get married. It details how certain assets will be divided in the event of a divorce or other types of legal separation. A prenuptial agreement can also detail what would happen if one spouse dies or becomes incapacitated. It is important to note that while a prenuptial agreement is legally binding, it is only enforceable if certain requirements are met. For example, the agreement must be in writing and must be signed by both parties.
Why Do People Use Prenuptial Agreements?
There are many reasons why people may choose to have a prenuptial agreement. For example, if a person is coming into a marriage with significant assets, then a prenuptial agreement can protect those assets. A prenuptial agreement can also help protect a person's business interests, as well as any children from a previous marriage. Another reason people may choose to have a prenuptial agreement is to specify a certain division of property in the event of a divorce.
Types of Prenuptial Agreements
There are two types of prenuptial agreements: unilateral and mutual.
- A unilateral prenuptial agreement is an agreement that is created by one party and presented to the other party.
- A mutual prenuptial agreement is an agreement in which both parties have input and both parties sign the agreement.
While a unilateral prenuptial agreement is not as enforceable in court, a mutual prenuptial agreement is much more likely to be found to be valid.
Contact Our Firm Today
Our firm can help you determine if a prenuptial agreement is right for you. We can also help you create a prenuptial agreement if you do not already have one. Our firm can help you address your concerns and questions as you prepare to get married. We can also help you and your spouse protect your assets as you move forward in your marriage.
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