Prenuptial Agreements

Having an experienced family law attorney help you negotiate and draw up your prenuptial agreement is the best course of action.

Prenuptial Agreements

While many people who are planning to get married don’t consider prenuptial agreements, there are a few instances in which having one may be important. For example, if you would like to determine which assets each party brings to the marital arrangement, a prenuptial agreement can be beneficial should those assets ever need to be divided again in the future.

At Northpointe Law Group, we know that prenuptial agreements require some time and attention to detail. Even if you and your partner agree about the combining or division of one another’s assets, having a legal document may give you both peace of mind. Our experienced team of attorneys can walk you through your options with this important document and build the prenuptial agreement that satisfies your requirements prior to your marriage.

While you may find you can create a prenuptial agreement online, this method may not be the most efficient or effective way to develop an agreement between you and your spouse-to-be. For example, there may be unnecessary clauses that don’t apply to your situation, or there could be harmful inclusions that affect your assets if your marriage were to end. Having an experienced family law attorney from our team at Northpointe Law Group help you negotiate and draw up your prenuptial agreement is the best course of action.

If you have questions about prenuptial agreements, or if you would like to schedule a consultation at our law firm, contact us at Northpointe Law Group today. We look forward to caring for your legal needs with sensitivity and integrity.