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Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer in Columbus, OH

Compassionate and Personalized Counsel for Your Prenup

While most people think it is in bad taste to set up a marital contract like a prenuptial agreement or "prenup," we at Grossman Law Offices believe doing so is a realistic and wise precaution. If you are interested in establishing a prenuptial agreement before your marriage, 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 payments
  • Expectations and financial rights during the marriage

When you work with our legal team, our Columbus prenuptial agreement attorneys can also apply over 40 years of experience to help you find a marital agreement solution that will work for your needs and plans. We believe that it's our role as family lawyers to listen and support our clients as they make important decisions for their families, and we are happy to provide that service for couples in Columbus and beyond.

We welcome you to call us at (614) 344-4311 to request a consultation.

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 complex family law disputes and contracts. Our firm has two attorneys, including our founder, who have earned the certification of 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
  • We are highly rated by Avvo

Marital Agreements in Ohio: FAQs

Who can get a prenuptial agreement?

Contrary to popular belief, prenuptial agreements are not just for those with a high net worth. Any engaged couple wanting to prepare for the future can decide to create a prenuptial agreement, which will assist both parties in the event of a divorce. Every state has its own requirements for prenuptial agreements, however, and Ohio is no different in this respect.

Your agreement must meet the following conditions in order to get a prenup in Ohio:

  • The terms of the agreement do not encourage divorce;
  • Both parties are freely entering into the agreement without fraud or coercion; and
  • All owned properties have been accurately and clearly stated.

How will my property be divided without a prenuptial agreement?

In the absence of a marital agreement, a divorce court will decide on an “equitable” property distribution between the two parties. This depends on a number of factors and the process can bring up unique challenges during a future divorce. Visit our property division page for more information about this process.

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. 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 assets – and help you pursue your desired outcome.

Have questions about setting up a prenuptial agreement? Please give us a call at (614) 344-4311 at your earliest convenience for answers.

What Makes Us Different

  • Backed by more than 40 years of legal experience
  • Careful consideration of your financial resources
  • Quick and effective responses for all situations
  • Performing well above traditional standards
  • Courteous, professional, and ethical behavior
  • Voted among the “Best Law Firms” by U.S. News

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