Thorough Prenups That Provide Couples With Peace Of Mind And Security
While many people believe that a prenuptial agreement is a symbol of distrust, at the Breeden Law Office we find that for certain individuals, creating a comprehensive premarital agreement in effect lays the groundwork for an honest, successful marriage. Prenuptial agreements can address many issues, from inheritance issues associated with minor children from prior marriages to distinguishing separate assets as such. A prenuptial agreement can also address issues concerning spousal support or alimony, including a waiver of alimony (although there are situations where the court will not enforce such a waiver).
At the Breeden Law Office, we help couples create thorough prenuptial and postnuptial agreements tailored to their unique needs. We are careful to ensure that all aspects of the agreement are in compliance with full disclosure rules and other requirements. To discuss your legal need with a skilled Garner and Smithfield prenuptial agreement attorney, contact us at the Breeden Law Office.
An Effective Prenuptial Agreement Is Tailored To Your Needs
Prenuptial agreements accomplish many different goals for couples of all income levels and all situations:
- Children and blended families: Whether entering marriage with children from a prior marriage or from a prior nonmarital relationship, it becomes critical to ensure that the interests of your minor children are preserved. A premarital or postmarital agreement allows you to convey important inheritance rights of your minor children.
- Business interests: As more and more people become owners and operators of their own businesses or carry on the legacies of longstanding family generational businesses, it becomes more apparent that discussions about current business assets and the evolution of the business should go hand-in-hand with any other pre-marriage discussions. A prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can clearly differentiate between separate assets brought into the marriage and how the disposition of such assets should be addressed in the worst-case scenario.
- Second marriages: The emotional toll of a bad marriage or bad breakup can cause an individual to become emotionally guarded. If you are entering into a second marriage or subsequent marriage, you know how difficult the dissolution of marriage can be. Creating a prenuptial agreement now can provide you with the peace of mind that is often necessary — even when you have the utmost faith in your relationship and in your marriage.
Harnett, Wake And Johnston County Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer
If you need assistance in drafting an effective prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, or if you would like to have an agreement reviewed by a knowledgeable and informative North Carolina family law attorney, call 866-346-1680 or send an e-mail.
We serve clients in the Interstate 40 and Hwy 42 areas and Greater Raleigh, including Harnett County, Wake County and Johnston County, North Carolina.