Flower Mound Prenuptial Agreement Attorney
Family Lawyer Serving North Texas
Phillip M. Herr, Attorney at Law, is a dedicated family lawyer with 16 years of legal experience. He is honest, trustworthy, and passionate about assisting his clients effectively, achieving results efficiently, and remaining accessible throughout every phase of the legal process.
If you have questions about prenuptial agreements and want to find out whether or not you and your fiancé(e) could benefit from this type of arrangement, don't hesitate to consult with Mr. Herr. If you have been previously married, a prenuptial agreement may benefit you as well and can protect your separate property assets.
Schedule a consultation with us today by calling (469) 314-9216.
Why Draft a Prenuptial Agreement?
Prenuptial agreements give couples confidence in their futures and in one another. If you want to ensure that your own property stays separate from community property in the event of divorce, you should consider drafting and signing a prenuptial agreement.
For many soon-to-be spouses – especially those bringing substantial assets to the marriage – these arrangements are the right choice. The question is: How do you move forward and prepare for your future with the right legal steps? Our team can answer this question for you and help you begin this exciting next phase of your life with confidence.
What Does a Prenuptial Agreement Address?
A prenup addresses how the property in the marriage will be classified in the event of a divorce.
These are two basic classifications of property in a marriage:
- Separate property
- Community property
Your agreement can be tailored to your needs and requirements. For example, there may be a section included in the prenuptial agreement regarding marital infidelity and financial compensation for such a violation. If you have questions, our prenuptial agreement lawyer in Flower Mound can tell you more about the benefits of a marital agreement.
We look forward to telling you more about the legal steps you can take to protect your interests. Call (469) 314-9216 to learn more.