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Helping Clients Draft Prenuptial Agreements in Tri-Cities

Are you about to get married? If so, you may want to consider getting a prenuptial agreement to protect your financial future. At Tri-Cities Family Law, we can help you create a prenuptial agreement. We can also review an existing prenup to make sure it is up to date.

We understand that this can be an emotional time. However, our attorney will take a practical and realistic approach to drafting your prenuptial agreement. Tri-Cities Family Law can help you create a prenuptial agreement that protects your financial future.

Do You Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

If you are getting married, you should consider a prenuptial agreement. While this may sound negative, a prenup is actually a smart idea for both parties.

If you fall into any of the following categories, a prenup may be a good idea for you:

  • You own a business or significant assets
  • You make significantly more or less money than your fiancé
  • You have children from a previous marriage/relationship
  • You have substantial debts

If you don't have a prenup, the laws of your state dictate how your assets and debts will be divided in the event of a divorce. This can be a very difficult and painful process, especially if you have not been financially candid with your fiancé.

A prenup can help you avoid this situation by being open and honest with your fiancé about your financial situation. Getting a prenup also ensures that both parties are on equal financial footing. This can lead to a more stable marriage in the long run.

What Does a Prenuptial Agreement Include?

A prenuptial agreement covers all of the financial issues that could lead to a divorce. It can cover any of the following:

  • Property division
  • Debts and liabilities
  • Income and expenses

A prenup can also include any other financial issues that may be of concern to you.

Do You Have to Have Assets for a Prenuptial Agreement?

While a prenup may be more necessary if you have significant assets, it is never too early to start thinking about a prenuptial agreement. A prenup can also be useful if you have children from a previous marriage, or significant debts that you would like to avoid paying in a divorce.

If you are planning to get married, it is a good idea to start thinking about a prenup. This can help avoid potential disagreements down the road and ensure that both parties are on an equal financial footing.

Get the Legal Help You Need with Tri-Cities Family Law

At Tri-Cities Family Law, we understand the stress that comes with the prospect of a divorce. We want to make this process as smooth and stress-free as possible for you. We can help you create a prenuptial agreement that protects your financial future. We can also review your existing prenup to make sure it is up to date. Tri-Cities Family Law can help you create a prenuptial agreement that meets your needs. Our attorney will take a practical and realistic approach to drafting your prenup.

For more information about prenuptial agreements or to schedule a consultation, contact Tri-Cities Family Law today.

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