A properly drafted Prenuptial Agreement will:
- protect you from bitter legal disputes over alimony, real estate, retirement savings, and investment accounts;
- protect you against unfair claims for community property compensation of your family business, family ranch, and rental properties;
- protect you against unfair claims for community property compensation of your professional practice, including doctor, dentist and accounting practices;
- protect you against unfair claims to the money and real estate that you inherited from your parents;
- protect your children against unfair claims to the property and investments that you intend to leave to them; and
- protect you from paying the exorbitant legal fees associated with a divorce trial.
Prenuptial agreements are nothing more than a form of insurance you hope you will never need. But if the unexpected occurs, a prenuptial agreement can provide the protection you need in the event the marriage is unsuccessful.
If you wish to consult with an experienced prenuptial agreement attorney, please contact Thomas C Bradley.