Consider A Prenuptial Or Postnuptial Agreement
Work With A San Diego County Lawyer
For many couples, uncertainty about how marriage will impact financial matters can create apprehension. By establishing a prenup, expectations can be set so that if a divorce does occur, financial questions have already been addressed.
For married couples, a postnuptial agreement can cover much of the same ground. In either case, working with a compassionate, understanding attorney from the Law Offices of Marion E. Froehlich in Vista can prove to be extremely beneficial in the long run.
Is A Prenup For Me?
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are an oft-misunderstood area of family law. Some of the myths around prenups include:
If I get a prenup, my marriage is doomed to fail. Couples who work together to cooperatively craft a prenup often find that their preparation makes their marriage a stronger one.
Prenups are only for the wealthiest people. People with modest income levels also can benefit from a prenup because it can eliminate uncertainty and extra stress later on — particularly in a second marriage, where individuals can safeguard inheritances for their children from their first marriage.
Of course, everyone’s situation is different. It is prudent to meet with an attorney if you think you might benefit from a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement.