Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements in Texas
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Prenuptial agreements are legal safeguards taken before marriage that establish property and financial rights of a married couple in the event of a divorce. There is a stigma associated with prenuptial agreements that there is an expectation for the marriage to fail. When you have property in your name, are the owner of a small business, or bring family assets into a union, a prenuptial agreement can protect your future should the marriage end. Are you thinking about entering into a prenuptial agreement before your wedding? Talking with our attorney can help establish the right agreement for yourself and your future spouse.
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What Can Be Included in a Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreement?
Prenuptial agreements are mistakenly associated with celebrities and high-asset marriages but they do not only address financial components. They outline many other facets of the relationship that should be protected in the event that anything happens.
A prenuptial agreement can include the following:
- Detail the distribution of property after a divorce
- Ensure family property remains in the family
- Establish separate and marital property
- Maintain an estate plan, will, or living trust
- Prevent creditors from going after one spouse for another’s debts
- Protect the inheritance of children from previous marriages
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements can include many provisions, but they cannot cover everything. These agreements are unable to make decisions regarding child support, child custody, waiving alimony, encouraging divorce, or making personal rules to abide by during the marriage.
At Fischer Law Firm P.C., we can handle a range of divorce and family law cases. Attorney Fischer has personal experience in a contentious divorce and custody battles, bringing experience and compassion to every single case. Whether you are looking to establish your rights before a marriage or after you have tied the knot, we can guide your considerations of future complications to establish your peace of mind.
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