Protect Your Rights, Protect Your Assets
Many people believe that they do not need a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement. After all, you have no intention of divorcing. But it is a mistake not to create one of these documents. The future is unpredictable, and a prenup or postnup can protect your assets if your marriage does end.
At Swilling Family Law Firm, LLC, we have worked with numerous Georgia couples to uphold their rights within the marriage through prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. You can work with us to create an arrangement to protect yourself in the event of a divorce.
Which Is For Me: A Prenup Or A Postnup?
Prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements are similar in that they can protect your property and assets if you and your spouse part ways. But a prenuptial agreement is a document that you and your attorney make before the marriage. Postnuptial agreements are documents made after the marriage has already taken place.
Courts tend to uphold prenups more often than they do postnups. If you have not yet married, then it is better to get a prenuptial agreement. However, we can also help you create a legally sound postnuptial agreement.
Helping You Start The Conversation
Because we have worked with many couples, we understand your predicament. It is not always easy to bring up a prenuptial or postnuptial arrangement with your partner. When you speak with us, you can talk to us about your concerns, and we can help you develop tactics to broach the topic with the person you love.
Talk With Us In A Free Consultation
We are available to speak with you about creating a document to protect your assets. Contact us to schedule a completely free consultation with our attorney. Call our Alpharetta office at 678-710-8868 or send us an email today.