Establishing Pre- and Post-Marital Agreements
We at Boswell & Dunlap LLP believe that having a pre-marital agreement
is a proactive and realistic approach to marriage. In the event a marriage ends in
divorce, a pre-marital agreement can provide an individual with a great deal of
protection. In addition, having an agreement can help both parties divorce
in a more civil manner, which can lead to an amicable split.
The benefits of establishing a pre-marital agreement include:
- Debt protection
- Property asset protection
- Determining alimony
Have you already married? It is not too late to obtain some form of protection.
Establishing a post-marital agreement can help you obtain some of the
same aspects offered by a premarital agreement with some limitations.
Questions? Call (863) 617-7336 to request an initial consultation.
Boswell & Dunlap LLP: A Longstanding Record of Legal Excellence Spanning
Over a Century
Since 1900, our firm has become known for pursuing legal excellence. When
helping clients with pre- and post-marital agreements, we create documents
that are comprehensive and strategic. We leave no detail overlooked and
take the needs of our clients carefully into consideration. Our Polk County
family lawyers have extensive experience, which speaks volumes about our well-versed
Protect Your Assets! Turn to Our Polk County Family Law Attorneys for Help.
We wish to help you protect your assets before walking down the aisle,
and even after you have entered into the married state. We can provide
you with the counsel you need to feel better informed about your rights
and options. We hope that you will not have to use your agreement, but
in the event you do, you can feel at ease in moving forward with your
decision to divorce.
Please call us
to learn more about how we can help you with pre-
and post-marital agreements.
*A $50 consultation fee will apply to family law cases.