Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements: Here's How They Could Benefit You

Although many people have reservations about prenuptial and postnuptial marital agreements, they are flexible tools that empower couples to define aspects of their marriage in unique and creative ways as opposed to being bound by often-rigid dictates of law.

Changes in the law may affect an agreement's ability to protect the parties as originally designed. That said, without a comprehensive knowledge of how the document needs to be drafted and executed, issues can arise that the document does not fully take into account.

If you are considering a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, get in touch with our law firm to better understand your options and how to best proceed in the process.

Over 25 Years Of Experience

Having worked on these agreements, along with some of Florida's most complicated property division issues, for more than 25 years, our founding attorney, Jerome Ventura, is ready to help address any prenuptial or postnuptial agreement issue involving your individual situation.

In addition to helping you draft a document that takes into account your immediate and long-term needs and goals, we always take the most efficient and effective steps to get the agreement read into court record.

Additionally, if you are working through contested property issues involving one of these agreements, we can review it to see if there is any ambiguity regarding the assets in question.

To get in touch and schedule a complimentary initial consultation to discuss a family law issue, call 954-399-5850 or email our office.