Planning for an Uncertain Future
There are many practical considerations to take into account before getting on with the happiness, joy and celebration of a marriage. For many couples, one of these considerations is establishing a prenuptial (or premarital) agreement. Martha Bourne helps Texas couples create prenuptial agreements and prepare for a stable financial future. We take care of the necessary legal details, so you can focus on enjoying this special time in your life. Contact us by e-mail or at 713-961-9663 to speak with an experienced lawyer.
Establish a Stable Future Following Divorce
Martha Bourne understands that many couples are reluctant to establish premarital or postmarital agreements because they consider them “unromantic” or cynical. In reality, these legal steps are just one of many practical concerns that are important in establishing a stable financial future for both spouses.
Prenuptial agreements are especially helpful for those coming into marriage holding significant assets and wishing to protect those assets in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Clients getting married for the second time will need to consider the benefits of establishing a prenuptial agreement.
A well-drafted prenuptial agreement can save both spouses significant time and expense should the marriage end in divorce. Instead of engaging in costly litigation to resolve property division disputes and other divorce-related problems, the prenuptial agreement will already set the answer to those questions in stone. Board-certified family law attorney Martha Bourne helps clients with all of the necessary legal details involved in establishing a prenuptial agreement.
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