Skilled Guidance For Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

While thinking about a future that might involve divorce is likely the last thing you want to consider when planning your wedding, it is a scenario that should be considered. Whether your wedding is coming up or you’ve already said, “I do,” establishing ground rules about the division of financial assets in the event of a divorce is a wise course of action.

The Law Office of Kathryn Figueredo Fowler has nearly three decades of experience helping couples create prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. We understand that the topic of asset division in the event of a divorce can be a difficult topic to discuss. We guide couples in Williamson County, Travis County, Bell County and surrounding communities through these discussions with sensitivity and straightforward legal advice that empowers you to make the best possible decisions for your future.

Understanding Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements

The romantic idealism of marriage can cause newlyweds to forget they are entering into a legal contract with one another. Both aspects of marriage are equally important. Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements allow couples to make decisions about a variety of things, including:

  • The separation of property owned before the marriage
  • The separation of personal finances including debt
  • Potential spousal support
  • Division of financial responsibilities between spouses during marriage
  • Protecting the inheritance of children from previous marriages

While it may seem unromantic to consider these things, having these discussions prior to marriage can create a stronger sense of intimacy and trust if the process transpires in a positive manner. Opening the doors to these conversations now could ultimately save you both a lot of frustration and anger if the marriage should dissolve.

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While this can be a difficult topic to broach, our legal team is experienced with all areas of family law and can guide you through the discussion with grace and compassion for the delicate nature of the conversation. Understanding that the role of these legal agreements is to reduce potential conflict and animosity in the future may help you appreciate them as a genuine expression of respect and caring for one another.

To discuss your prenuptial and postnuptial options, contact our Georgetown office today. Call 512-943-9812 or complete our online form to schedule your initial consultation.