- existing or occurring before marriage.
Discussing how to divide assets in the event of a divorce while you are in love, preserves everyone’s expectations in a pre-nup, rather than litigating over it during the pendency of a divorce.
Most people believe prenuptial agreement are for the rich and famous. Here’s a discussion of why you may need a pre-nup.
If you are getting married, and need to protect your assets, or create a plan in the event of a divorce, contact the attorneys at Synder & Wiles, PC for help. Our attorneys understand that when couples discuss “pre-nups,” it’s not always a comfortable or romantic topic. You might hit a nerve with your in-laws by discussing divorce before you even walk down the isle.
A prenuptial agreement is a legal contract between couples. It summarizes how property will be protected or distributed in the event of a divorce. It is a misconception that only the rich and famous, withou lots of assets need prenuptial agreements. If you fall into the following categories, let our attorneys help you protect your interests:
- Have children from a previous relationship
- Expect a large inheritance
- Own a business
- Own real estate
A prenuptial agreement not only protects property, but it may also serves to limit Alimony payments in the event of a divorce. Although it may be a dreaded subject prior to marriage, it may save you time and money in the event you are faced with a divorce.
Whether you are considering marriage and want to summerize everyone’s expectations, you need to know that you have an experienced lawyer there to guide you. At Snyder & Wiles, PC, we provide our clients with the personal service they deserve during their and their families’ most difficult times.
In every area of law, it is important to have a strong personal connection between attorney and clients, and this connection is especially key when it comes to your family. When it comes time to take action, you need to be comfortable with the advice you receive is essential. Contact Snyder & Wiles, PC for a consultation regarding your family law matters, which includes pre-nups, divorce, custody, child support and spousal support. 610-391-9500. Or fill out the form on this page to receive your free, no obligation consultation.
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