Generally speaking, premarital agreements are written agreements between parties intending to marry which spell out the specific terms of how property, support and other issues will be handled in the event of a divorce or death of one of the parties. Such agreements are often prepared to ensure the characterization of the parties’ property or to opt out of certain automatic laws that apply in the event of a divorce or death.
Whether you wish to create, review or enforce a premarital agreement, Furubotten Law has the experience to fully assist you.
Our experienced attorneys can draft a premarital agreement to help you keep what’s yours in the unfortunate event of a divorce. We will explain your rights and specially create an agreement for your particular needs.
If you are asked to sign a premarital agreement you must have an independent review of the agreement. The attorney who drafted the agreement cannot review this document for you. The experienced attorneys at Furubotten Law will review the terms of the agreement with you and advise you on the consequences of each provision. We want to ensure that you are protected prior to signing any premarital agreement.
If you are getting divorced and have a premarital agreement, Furubotten Law attorneys have the skill and know how to maximize what you will receive on either side. These cases require special attention and should not be left to inexperienced attorneys.
Furubotten Law is committed to helping clients on all levels and at all stages of your case. For premarital agreements we always recommend full representation. On a limited basis we may also be able to offer our attorney assisted services for those who can only afford limited attorney involvement. We can consult with you, discuss the difficulties, challenges and strengths of your case, and even prepare paperwork at your direction.
We have solutions for almost every budget. When you just can’t afford full attorney representation, check out our Attorney Assisted Services page to find out about obtaining limited services.
Contact our offices today for a FREE initial consultation of your premarital agreement case and find out which of our services are right for you.