Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements
Protecting What Matters to You with a Prenuptial Agreement
A prenuptial agreement is not only a legal agreement that defines the nature and scope of each spouse's assets, anticipated assets and marital property in the case of a divorce, but it can also help define responsibilities when it comes to debt, future support obligations and other sensitive issues. By thinking about these matters before a conflict arises, a prenuptial agreement can make the division of marital property and establishment of support obligations much smoother during divorce proceedings if a relationship does, unfortunately, break down.
At McNamee Hosea, our prenuptial agreement attorney offers detailed counsel regarding the drafting and enforcement of prenuptial agreements. We will put our experience to work for you in ensuring that your goals are met and interests are protected.
Drafting Comprehensive Prenuptial Agreements
We draft comprehensive prenuptial agreements that are in conformity with Maryland law as well as public policy. Some of the beneficial protections we can help you put in place by executing a prenuptial agreement include:
- Agreeing on alimony or other spousal support obligations, if any
- Limiting a spouse's financial interest or control of a business interest
- Protecting the inheritance rights of children from a prior relationship
Additionally, as a marriage evolves and changes, your needs and feelings may change. Our law firm is always available to consider and guide you in amendments or revocations of a prenuptial agreement. We take a keen eye to every situation and deliver detailed counsel that protects your interests.
Contact Maryland Prenuptial Agreement Attorney
If you are planning for marriage and have questions about prenuptial agreements, we encourage you to contact our Maryland family law attorney online or call 301-441-2420 today to schedule a meeting to discuss your needs, questions and concerns. McNamee Hosea is here to work with you to define what your goals are and what the best way is to achieve those goals.
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