The thought of marriage can be an exciting opportunity for you and your soon to be spouse. But, in today’s situations, there is a need to take steps to protect your assets. Many couples make the decision going into a marriage that they want to protect what they each brought to it, just in case something does not work out later.
The creation of pre-nuptial agreements is a legally binding way to do this. However, these are complex documents, and they must meet the state’s laws and limitations. For this reason, it is always best to work with your family law attorney to make the right decisions for yourself and your marriage. For pre-nuptial agreements, visit our Chester County and Delaware County, PA law offices.
What You Should Know
Every couple’s decision to file a pre-nuptial agreement is an individual one, dependent on the specific needs of that family. For this reason, it is very important for both of you to understand what goes into these decisions. You may wish to protect very specific property. You may be looking to protect various assets. You can use these for a variety of decisions including ownership of assets, division of money, and any type of promised alimony.
How to Get Help
You should not make the decisions in a pre-nuptial agreement until you speak to a law firm representing you specifically in the matter. Our family law firm can help you with this. We encourage you to contact us immediately to learn more about your options and to create these legally binding documents.
You can schedule a consultation with our family planning attorney to discuss your pre-nuptial agreement. Call our Chester County or Delaware County, PA law offices to find out what your next step in the process is.