Why A Prenuptial Agreement Might Be Right For You
Having a prenuptial agreement does not mean that you do not have faith in the longevity of your marriage. Instead, it can give you and your partner clarity for the future, aiding in the strength of your relationship as it exists now.
If you and your soon-to-be spouse are considering a prenup, reach out to us for more information today. At A. Frazho Law Office, PLLC, we can help you both set and manage your expectations through the terms of your premarital agreement.
The Benefits Of Having A Prenup
The notion that prenups are only for the wealthy is simply false. While it is true that a prenup can safeguard wealth from the end of a marriage, it has many other purposes that can be beneficial to any union.
With a premarital contract, you both can:
- Protect yourselves from taking on each other’s debts
- Simplify the division of your property should you divorce
- Decide how you will pass on your assets after death
- Make known your financial responsibilities in the marriage
- Protect your family business from Michigan marital laws
Because of the serious nature of the agreement you and your significant other are entering into, it is important to consult an attorney.
Understand The Contract Before You Sign
Marriage contracts are not for everyone, and we understand if the idea of signing a prenup makes you or your future spouse hesitate. But having a clear understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of a premarital arrangement may help to ease both your reservations.
To learn more about prenuptial agreements and what the process entails, feel free to contact us. Call 517-327-6979 or send attorney Antoinette Frahzo an email to schedule a free consultation today. At our Okemos office, you can speak with a compassionate lawyer who is sensitive to your family law concerns.