While prenuptial agreements aren’t exactly the most romantic aspect of a new marriage, they are one of the most important. If you have a business, considerable assets, or even children from a previous marriage, a prenuptial agreement is a crucial component of a sound financial plan.
At the Law Offices of David E Oles, LLC, our nuptial agreement lawyer not only has a comprehensive knowledge of the laws impacting marriage and divorce, but also has an MBA in Finance. This experience makes us uniquely qualified to take on even the most complex cases. When you retain our firm, you will benefit from nearly two decades of legal experience and unwavering dedication.
Why Get a Prenuptial Agreement?
People rarely, if ever, get married with the intention of getting divorced. Life often has other plans, however, and a large percentage of marriages do not last forever. A prenuptial agreement is very similar to an insurance policy – you hope you will never need to use it, but it will help you tremendously if you do get divorced.
In the event of a divorce, a prenuptial agreement can:
- Protect your separate (nonmarital) property
- Protect your business interests
- Help strengthen your estate plan
- Save you money and emotional distress
Who Should Consider a Prenuptial Agreement?
While prenuptial agreements offer tremendous benefits to many couples, not everyone is a good candidate. A couple getting married at 20 years old, for example, will most likely not have the assets or the financial stability to warrant a prenup.
Parties who should consider prenuptial agreements include, but are not limited to:
- High-net worth individuals
- Business owners or partners
- Those with a professional license (doctors, lawyers, etc.)
- Individuals with an advanced degree, such as a Ph. D. or M.D.
- Those with children from a previous marriage
Contact Us Today For Skilled Counsel
For nearly two decades, our Alpharetta family law attorney has handled a wide range of complex legal matters. With an extensive legal background and an advanced degree in Finance, David E. Oles has the comprehensive understanding you want when drafting these important agreements. Don’t take risks with your future – call us today for the skilled, dedicated counsel you need.