Establishing Pre- & Post-Nuptial Agreements
While most people think it is in bad taste to set up a pre- or post-nuptial agreement, we at Grossman Law Offices believe doing so is a realistic and wise precaution. If you are interested in establishing a pre-nuptial agreement, we can prepare all the necessary paperwork on your behalf. We will make sure that the language used in your agreement is concise and clear.
The following matters can be outlined in a prenuptial agreement:
- Property division
- Debt protection from your spouse
- Alimony expectations
- Expectations and financial rights during the marriage
Are you already married? If so, you can still create a post-nuptial agreement to provide you with some protection in the event your marriage ends in divorce. Post-nuptial agreements, however, come with many strict requirements because you have already entered into the married state. We would be happy to further explain the kind of protection a post-nuptial agreement can provide.
We welcome you to call us at (614) 344-4311 to request a consultation in order to get things started!
Columbus Family Law Attorneys With More Than 40 Years of Experience
With more than four decades of experience behind us, our firm is confident in our abilities to assist you with your legal needs. Our firm has two attorneys, including our founder, who are Board Certified Family Law Specialists by the Ohio State Bar Association. This means that they possess expert and well-versed knowledge regarding this specific area of the law.
Why should you retain our services? Consider the following reasons:
- We have more than four decades of experience
- We were named among the “Best Law Firms” by U.S. News – Best Lawyers
- We are highly rated by Avvo
Grossman Law Offices: Relentlessly Protecting Your Interests
Regardless of the complex nature of your case, we can help you feel at ease if you are about to marry or if you have already married. We hope you may never need to use your agreement, but in the event you do, you will be better prepared. Our firm is here to protect your interests and pursue your desired outcome as a married person or someone who is about to marry.
Have questions about setting up a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement? Please give our office a call at your earliest convenience for the answers you need.