Some people may see having a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement as a sign that divorce is imminent, or find them to be an otherwise unromantic conversation to have. However, in this day and age, this is no longer the case. In fact, martial agreements can be a very helpful tool for many people as they enter into their marriage and for people who are already married.
An understanding and knowledgeable family law attorney in San Jose can help you through the process, such as ours at The Law Offices of Foreman and Rugile. We work tirelessly to provide you with insightful information and guidance to help you and your significant other work towards a beneficial marital agreement. Whether you and your future spouse are dealing with small or large assets, marital agreements are part of the new normal--keep reading to see why it may be necessary you sign one before walking down the aisle.
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Despite any negative misconceptions you may have, marital agreements are an incredibly pragmatic solution to any number of concerns or issues you may face in the future. Regardless of the details of you and your future spouse’s financial status, prenuptial or postnuptial agreements are actually a positive step to take before you sign your marriage papers.
A prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can help you understand the following and more:
If you are getting married, a prenuptial agreement can provide you and your soon to be spouse with enlightening information. To have a prenuptial agreement both parties must fully divulge all assets, debts, and other finances in good faith. This can allow for better financial planning throughout your marriage. Postnuptial agreements operate in a very similar manner to prenuptial agreements, just that the agreement is reached after you are already married. It is important to note that marital agreements do not determine any child support rights.
It is important to have a focused legal guidance when preparing a postnuptial or prenuptial agreement in San Jose. At Foreman & Rugile, we provide our clients with a lot of personal attention. This allows us to thoroughly and thoughtfully develop custom tailored legal situations for our clients.We take pride in being your source of guidance, information, and support no matter the family law concerns you may face.
Contact us at (408) 412-5588 to set up your 30-minute consultation!