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Prenuptial Agreements

The smart way to tie the knot. With more than 50% of today’s marriages ending in divorce, a prenuptial agreement is an important consideration for those who are planning to wed. Divorces often tie up families for years as the parties attempt to reach an agreement—or ultimately, litigate– issues regarding the distribution of property and alimony. While no agreement can prevent divorce, the best way to avoid the time and expense of a long, drawn out proceeding is with a prenuptial agreement. These agreements, also known as premarital agreements, pre-arrange the disposition of assets and payment of alimony in the event of divorce or even the death of a spouse. Once signed by both parties, the prenuptial agreement becomes binding upon marriage.

Avoid headaches down
the road.

Divorce has a way of bringing out the worst in people. A prenuptial agreement defends against ambiguity should a marriage fail and gives peace of mind that the dissolution will be as systematic as possible. Divorce proceedings tend to go more smoothly when both parties know that there are provisions already in place regarding rights to assets, property and even money allocated for the children. Prenuptial agreements may be particularly helpful to those embarking on a second marriage, those with children from previous relationships, or those with premarital assets they wish to protect. Andalman & Flynn’s experienced family law counselors are here to assist with your premarital planning needs as well as the enforcement of prenuptial agreements.

If marriage or remarriage is in your future, Andalman & Flynn can help you start your new life on firm footing. A premarital agreement is a smart way to safeguard your financial future. Please contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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When you need experienced legal counsel, turn to Andalman & Flynn. Our renowned team is here to provide vigorous representation for your most pressing family law and disability law issues and disputes.

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