Unfortunately, some prenuptial agreements are unfair, illegal, and even deemed unconscionable, and subsequently unenforceable. Some premarital agreements are simply unrealistic. If you are facing divorce and you are a party to a prenuptial agreement that includes terms you dispute, you need an experienced Los Angeles prenuptial agreements litigation lawyer to protect your rights and interests. We can help.
We have extensive experience representing clients seeking to enforce or defeat terms in premarital agreements. If you are subject to a prenuptial agreement that you believe is unfair, invalid, no longer applicable, or illegal, our Houston premarital agreements litigation attorneys can go to work for you to invalidate or enforce the entire prenuptial agreement or certain terms within the prenuptial agreement.
If you require assistance designing and drafting a prenuptial agreement that is enforceable or you are facing divorce and involved in a dispute over the validity of a premarital agreement, contact us to speak with an experienced Los Angeles prenuptial agreement attorney.
We also provide a full-service Houston divorce and family law practice.
Our prenuptial agreement attorneys represent clients throughout greater Houston and across The Greater Houston area. From our centrally located office in The Woodlands, we can represent clients in Katy, Clear Lake, Pearland, Sugar Land, and many other areas surrounding Houston, Texas. Regardless of where you are in Texas (TX), please do not hesitate to call us for a free consultation.
Our Texas prenuptial agreement attorneys view prenuptial agreements as divorce prevention tools. Financial disputes are the number one reason for divorce in America. A premarital agreement is designed to identify financial concerns and establish expectations. Rather than being a “plan for divorce” an effective prenuptial agreement is divorce prevention.
We work closely with couples in Houston, Austin, and throughout Texas to design prenuptial agreements that are custom tailored. Our Texas prenuptial agreement attorneys will sit down with you and examine your entire situation to determine the best terms for your premarital agreement. An effective premarital agreement solidifies your desires for the future, documents your intentions and helps both of you protect what you have worked so hard to earn. We frequently represent clients who are entering second marriages, who already own established businesses, and who have already accumulated significant financial security. A prenuptial agreement is a tool designed to help you protect your home, business, and assets. Entering into a premarital agreement is not preparation for divorce. It is the final piece of a successful marriage plan.
Prenuptial agreements are legal contracts and thus, they should not be entered into lightly. Premarital agreements have an impact on your finances, your family, and your future. Working with an experienced Los Angeles prenuptial agreement attorney ensures that you are entering a fair and realistic premarital agreement.
A premarital or prenuptial agreement is sometimes cynically considered to be a blueprint for divorce. Instead, a premarital agreement is one of the most practical agreements you and your fiancé can enter into. With financial misunderstandings being a major cause of divorce, engaged couples who enter into premarital agreements actually take a positive step toward preventing future financial issues. At its elemental level, a premarital agreement puts everything on the table and establishes rules for the management of assets and property. Through the process of creating a premarital agreement, many couples begin talking about monetary issues in a comfortable, non-threatening manner, which can ultimately strengthen a marriage.
We help clients draft a premarital agreement both parties are happy with. In our consultation, we ask couples to consider their previous marital history, property, assets, and debt that they are bringing to the marriage. The agreement establishes rules to specify what happens to investment earnings, each spouses’ earnings, how taxes will be handled, what will happen in the event of a spouse’s death, and other relevant issues. Before your marriage is also a good time to begin thinking about estate planning, drafting Wills, asset protection and other future financial matters.
Contact an Attorney About Drafting a Premarital Agreement
If you are getting married and would like to draft a premarital agreement (prenuptial agreement), please call us or contact us online. Your initial consultation is free. Let our expertise work for you. We have helped many couples plan for their pending marriage throughout Texas, and we can help you.