Prenups: Considering the What-ifs

Experts urge for spouses to formulate a prenuptial agreement as soon as possible. Many engaged couples wait until the last minute and find themselves rushing to gather ideas and to come to an agreement. Creating one at the last minute can hinder the correct execution of all necessary considerations such as estate, distribution of property and guardianship. A prenuptial agreement is important so that if and when divorce is filed, the divorce process is facilitated without division of the assets issues.

An article in US News stated that although a prenup may not spark the romance in a relationship, it is practical to acquire one. Consider the what-ifs regarding your matrimony’s future and secure your assets. Protect yourself from complications if your marriage takes a different turn.

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To formulate a prenuptial agreement, contact the McAllen divorce attorneys of Barrera, Sanchez & Assoc., P.C. at (956) 287-7555.

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