Creating Prenuptial Agreements That Work
A prenuptial agreement can be a very useful tool for couples who wish to protect their personal property rights in the event that their marriage should ever come to an end. While some might look upon such an agreement as showing a lack of faith in the relationship, it is truly one of the best ways to protect your own interests and can save you untold amounts of time and money down the line.
I am attorney Trey Wright, and I help clients with the drafting, review and litigation of prenuptial agreements. In these types of cases, each spouse should be represented by their own Little Rock prenuptial agreements attorney in order to avoid a conflict of interest and ensure that the agreements meet all legal requirements in order to be considered valid.
What Is A Postnuptial Agreement?
Prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements serve exactly the same purpose. The only difference between them is that a prenuptial agreement is settled before the wedding day and a postnuptial agreement is signed after the wedding day. When I draft one of these agreements, I work closely with my clients to ensure that I fully understand their goals.
I use language that is as ironclad as possible in order to minimize the chances of a dispute later on. When reviewing an agreement for a client, I look for ambiguous language that could leave them at risk in the event of a divorce. I point out any potential pitfalls and work to get them corrected.
Working To Protect Your Interests At All Times
If there is a dispute over one of these agreements during a divorce, I will fight to see that your interests are protected, pursuing litigation if necessary.