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Establishing a Prenuptial Agreement in Jacksonville

Jacksonville divorce attorneys at the Law Offices of Jason K.S. Porter, P.A. have years of experience helping couples who are planning their marriage and with other family law matters. Our firm takes pride providing caring and individual attention to each client, and understanding their concerns in order to help them develop the plan that will work best for them.

With a properly prepared prenuptial agreement, your pre-marital and post-marital assets can be protected in the event of a divorce. These are legally binding agreements that can be implemented if a divorce should occur. While most couples may find it difficult to consider a pre-nuptial agreement, in today's world any couple with assets should consider this option when planning their marriage.

Prenuptial agreements can address:

  • Distribution of assets
  • Division of property
  • Personal promises between parties
  • Child support/parental responsibilities
  • How each party will be supported post-divorce

Your prenuptial agreement will need to be in writing for the Florida court to enforce it. It is essential to take all steps necessary to avoid complications in the future. Speak with a member of our firm to ensure that your agreement is properly drafted.

Benefits of a Prenuptial Agreement

Although no couple wants to think about a possible divorce, being prepared can lead to greater stability in the marriage. If a divorce should later occur, it can become a much simpler and less painful method of ending the marriage, with agreements already in place regarding many important family issues. Consulting an attorney can greatly help you with this form of planning for the future.

When the parties involved have significant assets, a skilled Jacksonville divorce attorney is needed to draft an agreement that is less likely to be challenged later.

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Taking the time to review your financial positions prior to marriage is important. Even after the marriage, preparing a post-nuptial agreement can not only discuss division of assets and property, but other issues related to the marriage, such as alimony. By planning ahead, a thorough and dedicated legal representative can help you be prepared should a divorce take place in the future.

You can contact us to learn more about the aspects of creating a prenuptial agreement before your marriage.