Guidance For Couples On Prenuptial Agreements
If you are planning a marriage in the near future, the thought of getting a prenuptial agreement may have crossed your mind. Although many people have misconceptions regarding prenuptial agreements, at the Law Office of Warren B. Brams, P.A., in West Palm Beach, we know that the advantages of this legal document far outweigh any disadvantages.
To meet with attorney Warren B. Brams to discuss the benefits of having a prenuptial agreement, contact us online or call us at 561-328-0733. Free consultations are available.
Do You Need A Prenuptial Agreement?
Prenuptial agreements — also known as antenuptial agreements — are contracts that couples make to designate what will happen in the event the marriage ends in divorce or death. These agreements address the issues of marital assets and debts and whether alimony will be paid upon divorce. Prenups are usually written at least 30 days before the date of the wedding.
A prenuptial agreement can serve many purposes, and is an especially wise choice if:
- The couple has children
- One spouse has separate, significant assets
- One spouse has received an inheritance
- A spouse owns a business
- This is a second marriage
How Our Experience Can Benefit You
Marriage is a highly personal matter. Couples seeking legal services regarding marriage — including prenups, postnuptial agreements and divorce — can benefit by working with a lawyer who values clients’ goals and has extensive family law experience. Attorney Warren Brams has been helping clients with their family law, divorce and estate planning needs for over 25 years, offering them the full spectrum of knowledge their case deserves.