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Protecting assets with a prenuptial agreement

A divorce can be an upsetting time for Florida residents. It can be emotionally challenging and financially difficult. Individuals have to separate their entire lives as a married couple and begin to live separately. This process can be overwhelming for some and take a lot of effort to complete.

However, it doesn't have to be this way. Individuals can create a prenuptial agreement before their marriage in order to avoid issues should the couple choose to divorce. While engaged couples may not want to think about the end of the relationship, exploring these issues is extremely important while the relationship is amicable. This is especially true is people have a lot of assets that need to be kept separate during the marriage. When people love and respect each other, it can be easier to come to mutually agreeable decisions on how to divide property should the situation change.

A prenuptial agreement does not assume that the relationship will end. It only helps couples determine how to split property -- including marital property -- should the unfortunate occur. While some may see it as unromantic, it is an important way that couples can protect themselves and their finances in the future.

However, prenuptial agreements must be created in a very specific way in order to be upheld in Florida family law courts. The attorneys at our law firm can help engaged couples plan for their future and draft these important documents. We can help to ensure that prenuptial agreements are validly created and are enforceable should a divorce occur.

For more information about prenuptial agreements and our law office, please see our prenuptial agreement webpage.

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