Prenuptial Agreements: Protecting Your Interests
Many people believe that prenuptial agreements are only for the wealthy or that entering into one means you have little faith that your marriage will last. Neither of these beliefs is true. A prenup is best thought of as a type of insurance policy. You hope that you will never find yourself in a situation where you have to rely on your prenuptial agreement.
However, should the unthinkable occur, it can provide you with the peace of mind that comes with knowing your important interests will be protected. At Mathers Law Offices, LLC, our family law attorney, Chris Mathers, can let you know how you may benefit from a prenup, and help you identify and accomplish your goals.
Prenups Can Help People From All Walks Of Life
Prenuptial agreements are not solely for people with significant assets. If you stand to benefit from a substantial inheritance in the future, a prenup can help ensure you receive everything to which you are entitled. If you have a retirement savings account or if you expect to collect a pension, a prenup can protect your interests in the event of a divorce.
A prenup is not limited to protecting your assets. It can also address other potential issues that may arise should your marriage come to an end, such as child custody. Our lawyer can guide you through this process and tailor an agreement that is best suited for your needs.