Wellesley Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer
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In an era where more people are entering into marriage later in life and many people are getting married for the second time, a prenuptial agreement can be an important tool for protecting assets accumulated prior to the marriage. Feldman Family Law, in Boston, Massachusetts, has significant experience drafting and reviewing prenuptial agreements for professionals.
Experienced Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer
Prenuptial agreements, sometimes referred to as premarital agreements, antenuptial agreements, or pre-nups, are contracts written prior to a marriage to establish plans for the disposition of potential issues concerning property division,
child custody, and inheritance should the parties divorce or pass away. Often premarital agreements are used as a tool to protect the inheritance rights of children in a prior marriage.
Many more people believe they need a prenuptial agreement than those who actually need one. Some people believe that it can prevent their spouse from obtaining any marital assets by having them sign a prenuptial agreement. I help my clients understand the benefits and disadvantages of a prenuptial agreement. I explain how prenuptial agreements can be enforced, as well as issues that can invalidate prenuptial agreements, such as fraud, and duress.
When is a Prenuptial Agreement Appropriate
There are a number of reasons to have a prenuptial agreement; coming into a marriage with significant assets, protecting the inheritance rights of children from a previous marriage, protecting an inheritance or anticipated inheritance, trust funds, and protecting assets in a pre-existing company. I have the skill and experience to draft and review prenuptial agreements to protect the interests of my clients.
Contact a Wellesley Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer
If you are considering divorce or have been served with divorce papers, please contact Feldman Family Law for a
free initial consultation. I can be reached by phone at
(617) 227-0290, by
e-mail, or by filling out the intake form on the website.