Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial Agreements

Although it might seem awkward now, entering into wedded bliss with a prenuptial agreement in hand is a good way to avoid a great deal of trouble later on if the marriage does not work out as planned. However, if a marital agreement such as a prenup (antenuptial) or post-nuptial agreement is too hastily considered, poorly drafted or based on less than a full and forthright financial disclosure, your time and efforts will have been wasted.

Do You Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

As your attorney, I will put my years of experience to work to see that your prenuptial agreement is done right the first time.

Contact my Broward County law office online today to schedule a consultation with a Broward County, Florida, prenuptial agreement lawyer. You may also call us at 954-474-9500 to discuss your case over the phone and to learn more about how I can help obtain the best possible result for your situation.

I Am a Board-Certified Family Law Specialist

My experience, my focus and my knowledge have earned me the title of board-certified family law specialist. This title was granted to me by the Florida State Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education. It is granted to only a select few lawyers who meet the rigorous standards necessary for this distinction.

Drafting a Prenuptial Agreement Correctly

Prior to the passing of the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act, prenuptial agreements differed drastically. This had an impact on their ability to stand up in a court of law. As an attorney experienced with these matters, I understand how documents need to be put together to function properly.

I can tell you that there are a lot of ways to get these agreements wrong. Inexperienced lawyers may not draft them correctly. Individuals may make the mistakes of choosing to draft an agreement at the last minute and or to not fully disclose their assets in the process. In any case, my experience can ensure that your agreement holds up if your marriage ends in divorce.

Addressing Improper Prenuptial Agreements

If you live in the Fort Lauderdale area or elsewhere in Broward County and have a prenuptial agreement already but feel your spouse was less than honest in disclosure, I can represent you in challenging the validity of the agreement.

Contact a Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer to Protect Your Assets

Contact my Broward County law office online today or call us at 954-474-9500 to discuss your situation and to learn how a prenuptial agreement might be in your best interests.

Where to Find Us?

2 S University Dr #312

Plantation, FL 33324

Phone: 954-474-9500 Fax: 954-474-9600

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