Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements: Safeguarding Your Future

A Prenuptial Agreement, often referred to as a “prenup,” is a legal document created before marriage to establish the rights and responsibilities of each party in the event of a divorce. Lisa Beth Older, with over 29 years of experience, specializes in tailoring prenuptial agreements to suit the unique needs and circumstances of each client.

Our Prenuptial Agreement Services Include:

  1. Customized Solutions: We work closely with clients to understand their financial situation, goals, and concerns, ensuring that the agreement is tailored to their specific needs.

  2. Asset Protection: Safeguard your pre-marital assets, investments, and business interests through carefully drafted provisions.

  3. Alimony and Support: Clearly outline provisions related to spousal support to avoid potential conflicts in the future.

  4. Debt Allocation: Establish a fair distribution plan for existing debts to prevent financial disputes in the event of divorce.

  5. Peaceful Resolutions: We encourage open communication and negotiation to create agreements that both parties find equitable, fostering a sense of security and transparency in the relationship.

Postnuptial Agreements

Strengthening Marital Bonds with Clarity

A Postnuptial Agreement is a legal document created after marriage, addressing financial and property-related matters. Whether prompted by a change in circumstances or a desire for additional clarity, Lisa Beth Older is adept at crafting postnuptial agreements that provide a solid foundation for the future.

Our Postnuptial Agreement Services Include:

  1. Adapting to Change: Life circumstances evolve, and a postnuptial agreement allows couples to adjust their financial arrangements in response to these changes.

  2. Clarifying Finances: Clearly define financial responsibilities, asset division, and other pertinent matters, promoting transparency and reducing potential conflicts.

  3. Estate Planning: Incorporate provisions related to inheritance, family trusts, and estate planning, ensuring your wishes are legally recognized.

  4. Business Ventures: If either spouse is involved in a business, a postnuptial agreement can outline the protection and distribution of business assets in the event of divorce.

  5. Legal Expertise: Lisa Beth Older’s extensive legal knowledge and negotiation skills ensure that your postnuptial agreement addresses all relevant issues and is legally sound.