Protecting Your Assets And Your Children’s Legacy
There are practical reasons to draft a prenuptial agreement that have little to do with the thought of a future divorce. Assets acquired prior to the marriage need protection. Children are entitled to their legacy. Financial standings should not be disabled in the event of the marriage ending.
At Carolann M. Aschoff, P.C., our lawyers can help you take the proactive step of securing a prenuptial agreement.
A Prenuptial Agreement Protects You
Whether you are considering marrying again or you are financially well-established, we can help you with a prenuptial agreement. You certainly do not want to think about the prospect of divorce. However, a bad marriage in the past or experiencing the divorce of friends and family may be weighing heavily on your mind.
A Prenuptial Agreement Provides The Reassurance You Need
At Carolann M. Aschoff, P.C., our attorneys attend to every detail in drafting a prenuptial agreement to give you peace of mind as you start a new chapter of your life. Again, a prenuptial agreement is not about assuming your new marriage will end. It is about long-term planning to avoid potential problems if they arise. It is about protecting yourself against the possibility of becoming an all too common statistic.