In today's trend of delayed marriages, individuals are accruing more assets and debts before tying the knot. Consequently, many opt for pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreements to safeguard their interests. These legal contracts, entered into before or after marriage, enable couples to determine spousal support, child custody, and the division of assets or debts in the event of divorce. If one owns property pre-marriage or has undergone a divorce, considering a pre-nuptial agreement is advisable. Our Family Law team offers support to ensure a secure journey through marriage.

Seeking legal counsel, especially if presented with a pre-nuptial agreement, is essential. A well-versed counselor can explain the agreement and identify potential pitfalls. The enforceability of pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements hinges on specific requirements, including the absence of duress or coercion, full financial disclosure, mutual understanding, and fairness. It is advised to initiate the agreement process at least six months before the wedding to avoid last-minute complications. Bricker Graydon Family Law emphasizes the importance of timely preparation, offering guidance through the complex and emotional process. Their skilled professionals strive to ensure that agreements are comprehensive, enforceable, and aligned with the unique needs of each couple.


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