Why You Need a Lawyer to Draft Your Premarital Agreement?
agreement (also known as prenuptial agreements or prenups), but it is a wise investment there can often be some considerable disagreement between couples about the need for a premarital t. A premarital agreement can outline spousal support terms and what happens to a couples’ assets and liabilities in the event of a separation, divorce, death, or the occurrence or nonoccurrence of a certain event. Deciding on these issues by agreement prior to marriage can help avoid arguments and costly litigation at the time of the divorce. If a premarital agreement is not executed, Virginia law will apply to the division of your assets and debts and the payment of spousal support.
Why You Want a Lawyer from Curran Moher Weis to Draft or Review Your Premarital Agreement
Virginia courts heavily scrutinize premarital agreements because of the significant impact that such an agreement has on a person’s property and support rights. Therefore, drafting a valid and enforceable premarital agreement is very important. The attorneys at Curran Moher Weis will ensure the following:
- Your premarital agreement was executed voluntarily;
- Fair and reasonable disclosures of the property and financial obligations of each party were provided; and
- Your premarital agreement does not contain provisions in violation of public policy.
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If you are planning on marrying, contact an attorney at Curran Moher Weis to draft or review your premarital agreement.