You have finally found the one you want to spend your life with and are ready to tie the knot. So does that mean you need a prenuptial agreement? Whether or not to enter into a prenuptial agreement is personal decision. Each individual couple is unique, and therefore should base that decision their own unique circumstances.
There’s nothing set in stone that states a couple planning a prenuptial agreement must do it with the help of an attorney, but it doesn’t hurt to seek out legal advice. Being dedicated advocates for client rights, Argos Legal Group can successfully assist with the drafting and negotiation of prenuptial agreements, while also ensuring you are fully protected.
Not only is it considered wise to have a family law attorney help in drafting the document, but it’s also considered wise to have both parties in the prenuptial agreement represented by separate attorneys. By following this practice, you can be more confident that the final product will stand up to possible challenges that might later come.
While neither party is by law required to have legal representation, courts can be very cautious about enforcing a prenuptial agreement signed by a party that do not have independent attorneys. At Argos Legal Group, we are experts in the drafting and negotiation of sophisticated prenuptial agreements that will meticulously address all of your needs and goals.
There is a well known myth that prenuptial agreements are really only needed for the extremely wealthy. But in reality, prenuptial agreements are designed for proactive couples who understand that a small amount of effort taken now has the potential to save them a great deal of time, money, and heartache in the future should a divorcee arise.
A prenuptial agreement can be an important planning tool. Anyone going into a marriage with some amount of assets can most likely benefit from planning ahead. With a successful reputation in family law, the team of Argos Legal Group is committed to protecting your assets and securing your future. Take the first step and schedule a time to talk more deeply about a prenuptial agreement!