Charlotte Lawyers Handling Prenuptial Agreements
If you are considering marriage, you may have questions about the need for a prenuptial agreement. At the Tom Bush Law Group, we help people in the Charlotte, North Carolina, area find creative solutions in all family law matters, including the negotiation, drafting and review of prenuptial agreements. We provide honest counsel on all pre-marriage considerations so couples have a clear understanding of important financial issues as they move forward.
Why Have A Prenuptial Agreement?
Aside from protecting individual party's interests in the event of separation or divorce, a prenuptial agreement can serve as a neutral way to discuss important financial assets with your partner in an open and honest way prior to the wedding. Our Charlotte attorneys offer honest advice and diplomatic representation in helping you and your fiancé/fiancée have these conversations. We seek to draft agreements with mutually acceptable terms that protect the interests of both parties involved.
Individuals with multiple assets such as executive compensation packages, extensive investment portfolios and other considerable wealth should consider negotiating a prenuptial agreement prior to marriage. Blended families may also benefit from the use of a prenuptial agreement, which can protect the inheritance rights of children from a previous marriage.
Our experience includes working with clients in all stages of life, whether they are recently engaged or entering marriage for the second or third time. We will take the approach best suited to your needs, goals and unique family situation.
We also assist clients with postnuptial agreements and separation agreements following marriage.
Contact Us To Discuss Your Prenuptial Agreement Concerns
The decision to have a prenuptial agreement should not be taken lightly. Seek advice from an experienced lawyer first, whether alone or together with your partner. Contact us at the Tom Bush Law Group by calling 704-347-0110 to schedule a consultation today. We keep all correspondence and discussions strictly confidential.