Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
Premarital bliss can make it difficult to consider the possibility of marital fallout. However, preparing a thorough premarital agreement can ensure that your rights and the rights of your children are protected in the event of divorce. At the family law firm of David L. Willis, P.C., we bring experience, creativity and dedication to every case we handle — which can be especially beneficial when drafting a prenuptial agreement.
Contact the South Texas law firm of David L. Willis, P.C., to discuss your financial situation with an experienced attorney and learn how you can benefit from a carefully crafted prenuptial agreement.Why You may Need a Prenuptial Agreement
A prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement can delineate each spouse's rights and obligations in the event of divorce. While prenuptial agreements are common among couples with significant assets and individuals with prior divorces, a prenuptial agreement can be beneficial in many situations, such as:
- Individuals with business assets or a professional practice
- Individuals with a family-owned business
- Individuals with complex assets such as trust funds
- Individuals with high income
- Individuals with high disparity in income
- Individuals with significant debt obligations
- Individuals with children from prior marriages
Under Texas community property laws, anything owned prior to marriage is considered the separate property of each spouse. Separate property that is commingled with marital assets, as well as the appreciation in value of separate assets, can become complex issues in the event of divorce. However, a prenuptial agreement can address and resolve many of these issues upfront — defining issues of property rights and distribution, debt allocation, spousal support, and other matters.Put Our Experience to Work for You
At the law office of David L. Willis, P.C., we work diligently to create thorough, creative premarital and postmarital agreements that are individually tailored to the needs, objectives and unique situations of each client.
Whether you need legal counsel to review a prenuptial agreement, or you need assistance drafting an agreement, we can ensure that your interests are preserved. Call 210-245-8292, or email us to arrange a consultation with an experienced lawyer.