Marriage Lawyer in Clinton North Carolina

Marriage can be one of the most exciting times in many people’s lives. However, extreme excitement can sometimes cause new couples to make rash decisions that they may regret later. One of the decisions newlyweds face is whether or not they will sign a prenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement may have held a negative stimulus in the past, but recently couples with more modest means have begun turning to prenuptial agreements for a variety of reasons. 

There are many beneficial reasons to sign a prenup that can benefit both parties in a marriage. For instance, a prenuptial agreement can help to avoid arguments in case of a divorce. Deciding ahead of time how properties will be divided and whether or not any spouse will receive alimony will take much of the stress out of any divorce that may occur. A prenuptial agreement can also allow for the property to be passed separately to children. This is more common in the case of death within a couple that has children from previous marriages as, without a prenup, a spouse may have the right to claim a large portion of the other spouse’s property which would leave much less for the children as a result. A prenuptial agreement will also allow you the ability to clarify your financial rights and responsibilities during your marriage. Another great reason to sign a prenup is that they can be used to protect spouses from each other’s debts. These are just a few of the benefits that can come out of signing a marital agreement or prenuptial agreement.     

Drafting a prenuptial agreement can be a daunting and overwhelming task that could bring about several unexpected difficulties. These obstacles can be discouraging and could even prevent a couple from drafting a prenuptial agreement. That’s why our team at Abogado Guerrero will be there to work with couples and guide them through the process of drafting or amending a prenup that will suit the couple’s current needs. If you need to file a prenup agreement contact us today at 910-379-4688.

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