Protecting Your Financial Interests
Are you and your partner interested in defining asset ownership before you get married? You should speak with an attorney about creating a prenuptial agreement. The experienced Oklahoma City prenuptial agreement lawyer at the Burr Law Offices, PLLC can help you navigate the complicated process of asset ownership and how these can be fairly distributed in the event of divorce or death. We are well-versed in a variety of family law matters, bringing over 10 years of experience crafting solid and legally binding prenuptial agreements that can stand the test of time.
Do You Need a Lawyer for a Prenup?
Yes, you need a lawyer for a prenup to help you make the right legal decisions. Nevertheless, when it involves prenups, not receiving the appropriate advice and essential guidance can raise the chance of any prenuptial agreement being void.
We are here to closely listen to your needs and concerns. Contact Burr Law Offices, PLLC online or at (405) 357-9156 to learn more during a free consultation.
What Does a Prenuptial Agreement Include?
Prenuptial agreements are a method of anticipating and solving potential issues that would otherwise be decided by a judge in a divorce or after a spouse’s passing.
Prenups commonly cover one or more of the following issues regarding each spouse:
- Entitlement to death benefits from the other's insurance policy
- The division of assets and debts upon death or divorce
- The ownership and management of a family business upon death or divorce
- The right to separate or marital property
- The right to the gifts or inheritances of the other
- The right to use or sell property during the marriage
- Who is entitled to alimony in the event of divorce
Prenuptial agreements do not include child custody clauses as couples typically don’t have children together before getting married. Child custody issues must be resolved during the divorce process.
What is the Difference Between Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements?
Prenuptial Agreements happen before marriage and Postnuptial Agreements happen after marriage. Each of these documents spell out how a couple with divide their assets.
Our Oklahoma City prenuptial agreement attorney has been recognized by Super Lawyers® and Avvo for his extensive family law experience. We can draft, review, or negotiate the terms of your prenuptial agreement to avoid any legal challenges. We ensure that prenuptial agreements abide by all legal requirements so that they cannot be challenged. Attorney Brady Burr does not settle for impersonal or second-rate representation and is devoted to protecting your rights.
We can speak with you about your case during a free consultation to help you and your partner determine whether a prenuptial agreement is right for you. If you are looking for a prenuptial attorney near you, give us a call at (405) 357-9156.
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