Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
There are a number of circumstances where having an effectively drafted Prenuptial Agreement will be beneficial for your situation. Those entering into second marriages, those who have children from previous relationships, and those who have significant assets or an inheritance should consider having a Prenuptial Agreement drafted prior to a marriage.
Our attorneys try to de-mystify Prenuptial Agreements and alleviate any fears you may have in preparing one or signing one. In addition, a Postnuptial Agreement can be an effective tool for reconciliation after a separation that does not end in divorce or to protect your separate interestes in case of divorce. Our attorneys can identify situations where a Postnuptial Agreement is warranted and walk you through the process of drafting and signing an agreement.
At Passenant & Shearin Law, we are led by experienced divorce and family lawyers and are known throughout the Charlotte area for our legal services. We offer our clients highly personalized legal representation on all their pre- and post-marital issues.
If you have considered having a Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreement drafted, the next step to take is to talk with a lawyer. Please contact the team at Passenant & Shearin Law to schedule an initial consultation at 704-221-1111.
Benefits of a Prenuptial/Postnuptial Agreement
Our Charlotte Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreement lawyers have significant experience drafting agreements that are tailored specifically to our clients’ needs. We will explain the benefits of having a prenuptial agreement, what protection it serves and what can (and cannot) be covered in the agreement.
We are able to handle the complex financial issues in divorce, including issues involving family-owned businesses, valuing assets and more. Having a firm understanding of the financial aspects of a divorce helps us formulate creative agreements that effectively protect our clients’ rights and meet their goals.
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To schedule an initial consultation with one of the attorneys at Passenant & Shearin Law, please call us at 704-221-1111. You can also contact us by email — simply complete this short contact form.