“Love may be priceless but divorces are not.”
We know that no one enters into marriage, making a life-long commitment, believing that their marriage will become one of the approximately 50 percent of marriages in the United States that end in divorce. For certain individuals, planning to protect your assets and your family in the event of a divorce makes sense.
Just like life insurance protects your family in the event of your death, a prenuptial or postnuptial can protect you and your family in the event of a divorce. The McCabe Russell team will help you draft a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement that you can rely on to protect you in the future if you need it.
Drafting Solid Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements in Howard County and Montgomery County, Maryland
Our family law attorneys have years of experience drafting reliable, enforceable prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. The lawyers at McCabe Russell, PA, have handled many highly-contested divorces – cases where the litigation could have been avoided if the parties had worked together earlier in their relationship to put together a prenuptial agreement that was fair to both spouses.
Prenuptials and Postnuptials Save You Money
Our goal is to protect our clients, giving them the peace of mind they need to enjoy their marriage and family, knowing that their assets are protected. Each prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is unique to your family and your family’s circumstances. And if a divorce does happen, because many of the legal and financials hazards of divorce litigation can be avoided with a solid prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, you save money – leaving more for you and your family.
Prenuptials and Postnuptials Save You Stress and Heartache
Even in the healthiest of relationships, finances are one of the most controversial topics to discuss. But financial matters are easier to discuss and resolve in a strong relationship, rather than in a crumbling one. Prenuptials or postnuptials may be beneficial where:
- An individual has already achieved financial success;
- Either spouse is commencing what they anticipate will turn into a successful career;
- Either spouse currently owns all or part of a business;
- Either spouse plans to earn an advanced education/certification during their marriage;
- Either spouse has received, or expects to receive, significant assets in the future, including an inheritance;
- One spouse is entering the marriage with a significant amount of assets or debt; or
- Either spouse has children from a prior marriage or relationship.
When creating a prenuptial agreement, the couple should ensure that all the terms of the agreement are constructed in a fair and legally binding manner, including making sure that there is full and fair disclosure of all of the existing assets and debts.
McCabe Russell, PA, has more than 25 years of experience drafting and reviewing reliable prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. To make an appointment in our Fulton (Howard County) office or our Rockville (Montgomery County) office, please call 443.812.1435 or fill out our contact form.