Your Search for an experienced prenuptial agreement ends with Renée Safier Harris
Marriage changes many things, including the financial aspects of your life in the event of death or divorce. The primary purpose of a prenuptial agreement, also known as a “prenup,” is to alter by agreement financial arrangements that the law would otherwise control if you did not have a prenuptial agreement. Under Florida’s law, the court can decide how debts and assets are divided after a spouse’s death during the marriage and/or after a divorce. A prenuptial agreement is the most amazing financial planning tool that can save divorce expenses and time in litigation in the future. If you have substantial premarital assets, a family business or other family assets that you wish to protect, then a prenuptial agreement can accomplish that goal. If ylou wish to determine in advance what would happen in the event of a divorce with respect to alimony, then a valid prenuptial agreement can save a costly alimony battle in court. If you are looking for a prenuptial agreement attorney, then Renée Safier Harris is here for you.
We can provide you legal assistance and help you draft a secure agreement that makes sure the preferred division of debt, assets, and estate if a spouse passes away or a divorce occurs.
Some areas covered in a prenuptial agreement
- Large scale debt protection
- Protection of inheritances or estates transfer to generations
- Family business protection
- Intellectual property protection
- An expected inheritance protection
- A retirement plan protection
- Clarification who will get or who will not get alimony
Provisions for special needs children or the elderly requiring care.