Prenuptial Agreements in The Woodlands
Establishing a Strong Foundation for Your Marriage
Before tying the knot, there is often a misconception that prenuptial agreements signal mistrust in a spouse, but this is often not the case. Having a prenuptial agreement in place allows you and your partner to have a clear understanding of asset division in the unfortunate event of a premature termination of marriage.
One of the benefits of prenuptial agreements is the opportunity for open and safe conversations about finances, expectations, and the future, creating a solid foundation of trust and honesty for your marriage. At The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, our family law attorneys in The Woodlands have the patience and understanding to simplify this process for you and address any questions or concerns you may have.
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Looking Toward the Future
If you or your spouse decide to end your marriage without a previously established prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, dividing your assets may result in tension or hostility. To avoid this, we strongly recommend having at least one of these crucial documents drafted and put into place.
A prenuptial agreement often includes:
- Clear asset division
- Allocation of potential debt
- Financial rights and responsibilities
- Outline of property or estate division
Begin Your Marriage With Trust & Honesty
At The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, our goal is to help you and your significant other build a successful and long-lasting marriage. To achieve this, it is vital that you both have a clear understanding of each other’s expectations for the future in the unfortunate event of an early termination of marriage. That’s why our family law attorneys in The Woodlands often recommend having a prenuptial agreement drafted in our office, under the supervision of our caring staff.