The Process

If you are thinking about a Premarital Agreement, schedule an appointment to discuss your needs and identify your goals.

 

The terms of a Premarital Agreement can include how living expenses will be allocated and paid, how assets will be distributed upon death, alimony and division of marital assets upon divorce.  Premarital Agreements cannot contain provisions that pertain to child custody or child support.

 

If you are the drafting party, the terms of an Agreement will be written and presented to your future spouse.  Your future spouse should have the opportunity to review the agreement with a lawyer and negotiate changes.

 

If you have been presented with a Premarital Agreement, we will review its terms with you and will negotiate on your behalf. 

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