Experienced Family Lawyers Serving Ossipee, Portsmouth & New Hampshire
Are you unsure about whether to sign a prenuptial agreement before getting married? Contact a New Hampshire family lawyer immediately. Your New Hampshire family law attorney will be able to explain the legal aspects of prenuptial agreements so that you can make an informed decision.
The Benefits Of A Prenup Or Cohabitation Agreement
Prenuptial agreements have nothing to do with your personal relationship and everything to do with preventing conflicts before they arise. For example, if one partner is significantly wealthier than the other and a divorce becomes unavoidable later, then having a prenuptial agreement can make the separation process much smoother. Partners who choose to live together without getting married do forfeit certain legal rights and protections. Married persons can seek property settlements or support after a divorce. They can also file joint tax returns, receive survivor’s benefits, and automatically share in their husband’s or wife’s property if they die without a will. Unmarried couples who choose to cohabitate must define these kinds of rights themselves through the use of cohabitation agreements. If you separate, then the law may consider you and your former partner strangers unless you take steps ahead of time. Speak to our firm today to make sure you are fully protected.
Why You Need A Lawyer For Prenuptial Agreements
Kalled Law Offices, PLLC, has more than 50 years of experience practicing family law, and the firm has been in continuous practice since 1948. We are honorably rated by Martindale-Hubbell and a recipient of the President’s Award. We have also been recognized for distinguished service on the New Hampshire Bar Association Special Committee on Rules of Civil Procedure. When it comes to securing the financial future of you and your family, you want to know you are working with the best. What sets our practice apart is the personal attention we give to every client. When you are married, your prenuptial agreement is determined under state law when it comes to property division, custody and other matters. Drafting your own agreement allows you to take charge of this process and create an agreement that reflects your wishes, not the state’s mandates. We carefully craft an agreement that is tailored to your needs. Contact us today via email or at 603-945-7259 to learn more about how we can help.