Protecting Your Finances Through Customized Contracts
You can use prenuptial, postnuptial and nonmarital cohabitation agreements to protect your rights in case you and your romantic partner ever separate. Some couples avoid making these documents because they believe it is not romantic or that it indicates a future breakup. This, however, is a vital mistake.
At my firm, the Law Office of John Kermit Hill, I have extensive experience drafting legally sound agreements to protect your assets in a divorce or split. I understand the importance of ensuring your financial security in the face of an uncertain future. You and I can work together to make a custom document tailored to your needs.
What Are My Options?
There are several contracts available for couples who are interested in maintaining control of their assets. The most common three include:
- Prenuptial agreements: Fiancés can create these documents before they get married to establish their rights and separate property in case of a divorce.
- Postnuptial agreements: A postnuptial agreement is similar to a prenuptial one except that couples create it after they have married.
- Nonmarital agreements: If you have a long-term partner but do not intend to marry, you can use a nonmarital agreement to protect your separate assets.
Having worked with thousands of clients in my family law practice, I know how to draft an arrangement that will hold up in court. I consult you at every step, so you understand exactly what the document entails. You have final control over every word.
Discuss Prenuptial Agreements And More In A Consultation
Are you interested in whether a prenuptial, postnuptial or nonmarital agreement is right for you? I can speak with you in person or virtually to discuss your options. Reach out to me at 903-487-4012 or send me an email to schedule your initial consultation.