To Prepare Your Alabama Prenuptial Agreement, Get A Legal Advocate On Your Side
A prenuptial agreement is a contract between two unmarried couples and outlines how certain assets and debts will be distributed in the event a couple gets divorced or dies. Prenuptial agreements are not something soon-to-be married couples want to think about. It forces them to think about and prepare for a future if they were to ever divorce.
However, interestingly enough, more an more couples are creating prenuptial agreements in increasing numbers nowadays.
Why Consider A Prenuptial Agreement?
The following are some of the most common reasons for a prenuptial agreement:
- You are entering a second marriage
- You have inherited property or you own an estate
- To protect your personal finances if your spouse has a high amount of debt
- When one partner earns more than the other or possesses significantly more wealth
- You have a stake in or own a significant part of a business
- You have plans to leave your current career and focus on raising your family
If you are considering a prenuptial agreement before getting married, Gossman Law Firm, LLC, in Birmingham, can help. Attorney Richelle Gossman has over 15 years of experience handle a wide range of family law matters. She has the skill to prepare a plan to protect your assets and interests.
Ways To Protect Your Interests
Prenuptial agreements are meant to protect one’s particular interests, such as a major investment or a home. As an example, let’s say you purchased the home with your personal finances before you were married. A prenup agreement can stipulate that your house will not be a martial assets when it comes to property division in the event of a divorce.
This and many other instances often arise in such agreements.
Schedule A Free Consultation To Discuss The Benefits Of A Prenuptial Agreement
Call Richelle Gossman today in Birmingham to schedule a consultation to discuss prenuptial agreements in greater detail. Call 205-606-6896 today. Free consultations. Payment plans available.
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