Prenuptial And Antenuptial Attorneys With An Attention To Detail
There are many details to focus on when a wedding is going to take place. The couple is very busy in the months, weeks and days leading up to the wedding. One aspect that is often overlooked is how the couple plans to merge their assets. If either party is going to retain property or assets, it is important that steps are taken to ensure that the assets remain legally separate.
If you are considering having a prenuptial agreement drafted or have been presented with a prenup to sign, turn to a member of our family law legal team at the Roncone Law Offices, P.C. Our firm is skilled at handling all family law issues, including marital agreements and contracts. Since 1962, our focus has been on seeking resolutions that are in our clients’ best interests. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.
Preparation Of Prenuptial Agreements
A prenuptial agreement is a type of document that details the assets and property that you wish to have protected. This document is binding and prevents the protected assets from being divided upon a divorce.
Many people may believe that a prenuptial agreement means that at least one party to the marriage believes it will fail; however, this is not the case. Our firm works to break the stigma of a prenuptial agreement and helps clients understand the benefits these types of contracts may have. You have a right to protect the assets you obtained before your marriage.
What Is An Antenuptial Agreement?
Also called postnuptial agreements, antenuptial agreements are in essence the same as prenuptial agreements, but created and signed after the individuals are legally married.
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For more information about prenuptial agreements, antenuptial agreements or other premarital contracts, call us at (978) 534-2444 or send us an e-mail. We represent clients in Worcester, Fitchburg, Leominster and throughout Massachusetts.