Prenuptial Agreement

Hope for the best and prepare for the worst. Prenuptial agreements grant couples the opportunity to do exactly that. Everyone hopes their marriage will turn out great, last a lifetime; but sometimes things take a turn for the worst, resulting in divorce.

During the divorce process, the fight for assets can consume both parties in the absence of an ironclad prenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement, or prenup, is designed to protect each individual’s property and estate before marrying, stipulating “what’s mine is mine and what yours is yours.” Things to incorporate into your prenup would include:

Amending a prenup during marriage can bring about unforeseen complications, which our divorce lawyers in McAllen are readily equipped to handle. We are dedicated to guiding couples in legally drafting or amending a prenup to suit their current situation.

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