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Make Your Prenuptial Or Postnuptial Agreement Legal

For most couples about to wed, a prenuptial agreement is the last thing they want on their minds. The very idea can not only imply a certain amount of mistrust between the couple, but also seems to predict that the marriage they’re about to enter will fail. These discomforts can be valid, but too often prevent a couple from establishing this kind of document, limiting them from having protection when the unforeseeable happens. When a couple does create a document after marriage, the agreement becomes known as a “postnuptial” agreement. Not every couple needs a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, but many benefit from taking this step.

At Faucette Law Firm LLC, we focus on helping the family and are here to help you determine if this is the right move for your situation. Too many times divorce hearings become a tangle of accusations and conflict that prolong the process and hurt the Georgia couples and families involved. All these complications can and should be prevented with a prenuptial agreement. If you are preparing for marriage and have significant assets or concerns, then we invite you to call a knowledgeable family law attorney at our firm for counsel.

What Can Prenuptial Agreements Address?

What makes prenuptial agreements such a sensitive matter is that they are most closely associated with money. While it is true that these agreements address the assets of both parties of the couple, most people do not realize that these agreements can provide a much wider scope of protections and terms. A prenuptial agreement can address:

  • Assets
  • Property
  • Alimony
  • Legal fees
  • Business interests
  • Any confidentially measures

The process of drafting a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement should always include the deft hand of an insightful and thorough legal representative. They will know how to make these documents agreeable to both members of the couple and, if a divorce occurs, can provide sound advice on enacting one. Do not leave your future in question. Call our firm in Atlanta or Douglasville today to find out if a prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement is right for you and your future spouse. Contact us at 770-628-1208 or online by sending us an email.