Premarital Agreement Lawyers
A prenuptial agreement is a means for both parties in a marriage to protect their own interests and assets. If you and your future spouse would like to create a prenuptial agreement to provide protection for your interests, it is important to ensure that your agreement is drafted correctly and accurately. An experienced family law attorney can advise you on how to draft your prenuptial agreement.
At the law firm of Kallins Little Delgado our attorneys can discuss with you the different prenuptial arrangements that can protect your financial and legal interests. We will tell you about items that cannot be waived in a prenuptial agreement, such as temporary alimony or child support, and about things that can be protected, such as real estate, retirement funds and investment assets.
In order to create a proper prenuptial agreement, it is crucial that both parties give full and complete disclosure of their finances and assets. Without specifying all assets, property, debts and other factors beforehand, the agreement may not be valid if it can be shown that fraud or deceit was involved.
Our firm works with forensic accountants and other financial experts to uncover hidden assets, properly valuate businesses and other property and account for other finances between the parties. We can help establish a fair and firm agreement that will hold up in a court of law down the line.