Marriage Lawyer in Immokalee Florida
The act of marriage is a social or legal contract and formal union between a couple who wants to unite their lives emotionally, legally, and economically. People hold marriage to have a faithful and lifelong union. Unfortunately, in the United States, about 40 to 50 percent of married couples end up in divorce. The primary and essential legal function of marriage is to ensure the rights of the partners and children. Marriage brings joy and challenges side by side. Management of these challenges often decides how far the relationship lasts, whether the relationship will hold firm, or whether it will collapse. Everyone hopes that their marriage lasts a lifetime and turns out great, but sometimes circumstances become worst and take a turn, resulting in divorce. A prenup agreement can be created before the couple marries each other to prevent problems when divorce happens. This prenup sets out how assets will be divided if the marriage is dissolved by divorce.
Things like asset protection, child custody, alimony, and property division are incorporate into your prenup agreement. A prenup or prenuptial agreement is designed to protect each individual’s property before marrying; meaning, this agreement decides that “What’s mine is mine and what’s yours is yours.” However, it brings about unforeseen and unexpected complications if we amend a prenup during the marriage. If you are currently in the process of divorce, call Abogado Guerrero for a FREE consultation 239-682-8055.