Protecting Your Children And Your Assets In The Event Of A Divorce Or Death
Meeting with an attorney to create a prenuptial agreement may seem unnecessary when you are planning your wedding and are committed to remaining with your partner for life. However, taking this step today can safeguard your interests in the future.
You do not need to be exceedingly wealthy to benefit from this contract. Prenuptial agreements help parents in blended families protect their children’s rights and aid business owners in shielding their companies’ assets in the event of a divorce. At Lowenstein Brown, APLC, we recognize the delicate nature of negotiating pre- and postnuptial agreements, which is why we handle these family law matters with discretion and a high level of professionalism.
Taking A Proactive Approach
Prenups are powerful legal tools that can be used to define:
We have worked with numerous San Diego County families to determine fair terms for these and other matters. With over three decades’ legal experience, we take the long view when advising you of your options and take pride in our ability to identify favorable solutions for a variety of needs. Each family has individual needs related to pre- and postnuptials and our experience has shown that crafting these agreements and meeting the disclosure requirements is essential to an enforceable agreement.
Amending Your Agreement During Your Marriage
When your life changes after your wedding, significant life events or unforeseen circumstances can affect the terms of your prenup, limiting its effectiveness. Our lawyers are ready to design a postnuptial agreement that addresses new financial concerns or other issues that affect your family’s welfare.
Concerned About What Your Future Holds? Talk To Us Today.
We invite you to learn more about prenuptial and postnuptial agreements during a confidential consultation. You can reach us easily online or at 619-298-6246.