The number is even higher for second and third marriages. A prenuptial agreement (prenup) is a legal document that determines property rights should a marriage fail. There are many people who lambaste prenuptial agreements as being predictive of a doomed marriage. However, we are unaware of any spouse that has ever walked into our office seeking a divorce and who also planned on getting a divorce on their wedding day. As unromantic as it might seem at first, a prenup can be assurance to both spouses, that if for any sad reason hearts and minds change, there is already an exit strategy that will prevent WWIII. If you want a prenup drafted, or if you want advice concerning a prenup that was given to you, we are here to assist you.
Integrity Law’s team of attorneys is highly qualified and experienced in drafting prenuptial agreements. People are often so caught up in the event of getting married, they forget to think about a prenuptial agreement and its importance. While there is often a negative connotation surrounding prenuptial agreements, we believe everyone deserves to have their assets protected in the event of an unforeseen circumstance.
We often receive questions about what prenups can contain. According to Florida Statutes 61.079, they may contain:
Legally agreeing to cohabitate is a lot like getting married. Cohabiting couples are treated similarly to married couples when applying for mortgages and adopting children. Integrity Law has a staff that is well-versed in drafting these agreements and can find ways to legally benefit your relationship. If you have any questions about the process or any further questions about cohabitation please contact us at (904)-224-2100.