Protecting Your Future With Prenuptial Agreements
Contrary to popular belief, a prenuptial agreement can, in fact, help strengthen the commitment of you and your partner through financial honesty and by ensuring that you are prepared for every possible outcome of your marriage. In reality, the prenuptial agreement is not the document – it is the process of obtaining the document.
At Duncan Legal, I have been providing Colorado clients with family law guidance for years. I have extensive knowledge of prenuptial agreements. A prenuptial agreement can accomplish several goals. It can protect the individual assets of people entering into marriage, and it allows couples with children from previous marriages to make sure that their estate assets will go to their children.
How I Can Help Protect You
I advise and represent clients in prenuptial and postnuptial matters. I can:
- Draft a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement
- Review a proposed agreement
- Facilitate the open exchange of information required to have a solid agreement
- Negotiate improvements in a proposed agreement
- Evaluate the validity of an existing agreement
I have extensive experience in family law matters involving prenuptial agreements. I will evaluate your situation and draft an agreement that is legally strong and will stand the test of time.
Take The Extra Precaution
Should a divorce situation ever arise, the prenuptial or postnuptial agreement I draft for you will serve as the basis of the proceedings. Having a prenuptial agreement can provide you with peace of mind and the security of knowing that your assets are protected no matter what happens.