Prenuptial agreements are designed to protect your property and assets in the event your marriage dissolves soon after your wedding day. Because you can never predict the future, it is always a good idea to take the proper steps to ensure you are protected. While no one ever plans on getting a divorce, especially before they are even married, it is in your best interest to prepare for the worst by having your spouse sign a prenuptial agreement. Prenuptial agreements are in place to make sure all your bases are covered and you do not find yourself in a situation where your spouse has rights to your belongings in the unfortunate case of a divorce. Here at Atkins & Markoff, our attorneys have years of experience working these types of cases and will be able to guide you through the process to ensure all the proper steps are taken and you are protected.
What a Prenuptial Agreement Will Cover
Prenuptial agreements are oftentimes referred to as “prenups” and are designed to protect your finances, property, and assets in the event of a divorce. These agreements are legal documents and list in detail everything you own, including the money you have in the bank, the property you own, and all of your assets. These documents will also outline what is to happen to all of your assets and finances in the event of a divorce. By retaining one of our family law attorneys, you will not have to worry about what is to come of everything you have worked so hard for in the unfortunate event of your marriage not going as planned. We will work with you to draft a detailed and straightforward prenup, which will give you peace of mind and calm your nerves before you ever walk down the aisle.
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Our Oklahoma City lawyers have more than 100 years of combined experience working a wide range of family law cases. We understand how important it is to keep communication lines open and pride ourselves on working closely with each and every one of our clients. We have successfully represented individuals throughout Tulsa, Norman, and surrounding Oklahoma areas. Contact one of our knowledgeable lawyers today to set up your consultation and get started with your case today!