Prenuptial Agreement Attorney
Kirkman Attorneys at Law
Need a Prenup? Let Us Help You With A Premarital Agreement.
Based in Greensboro, the family law attorneys at Kirkman Attorneys at Law, draft prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements, offer sound counsel as to the terms of any proposed agreement, and provide quality and knowledgeable advice to the issues which can be resolved and the terms of any proposed agreement. Many people don’t realize that prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements can be limited in time and scope. Many people who utilize prenuptial agreements are individuals who want to make sure their marriage will last. Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are not only for the wealthy but can be adequately used by individuals of all means. Because every situation is different, our attorneys will review and analyze with you the pros and cons of entering into a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement based upon your own needs and circumstances. Our experienced lawyers will help you ensure that your agreement will reflect your personal needs and goals. The agreement will set forth each spouses’ rights and obligations during the marriage, giving each spouse the peace of mind and foundation to build a future together. Such an agreement can address:
- The classification of property as marital, divisible, or separate.
- Alimony and spousal support in the event of a divorce
- Property division in the event of a divorce or death of one of the spouses; and
- Establish responsibility for premarital or postmarital debts such as credit cards, mortgages, student loans, etc
As experienced divorce lawyers and family law attorneys, we understand the stress involved in a divorce or the death of a spouse. A comprehensive prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement can reduce the stress by ensuring that there is a plan to move ahead and avoiding costly, extended, and often unpleasant litigation.
At Kirkman Attorneys at Law, we provided skilled legal representation to clients in Greensboro, High Point, Oak Ridge, Summerfield, Pleasant Garden, Jamestown, Gibsonville, Guilford County and the surrounding areas. Contact our office today at 336-274-7898 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Greensboro Separation Agreement attorney to protect your best interests.