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Prenuptial Agreements in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

You never know what the future may hold. Protect yourself in the event of the unknown by outlining what happens if your marriage ends. At Kenny Leigh & Associates, we work with couples looking to file prenuptial agreements in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. These premarital agreements allow you to decide on the terms of your split when you and your spouse can still get along. Schedule a consultation today to choose the details of your prenuptial, post-marital, and separation agreements.

Signed Prenuptial Agreements in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Forming Premarital Agreements

As you prepare to say "I do," you likely do not expect that the union will end under bad terms. Unfortunately, divorce has become more common than ever before.

Once your marriage turns sour, you may end up facing endless disputes with your soon-to-be former spouse. Be ready for every situation when you choose to file premarital agreements before you walk down the aisle. These agreements outline everything from child custody and spousal support to property division and visitation.

The Terms of Your Post-Marital Agreements

During your meeting with our divorce attorney, we will work with you to ensure that all of your rights are protected as you go through the process. We fight on your behalf for a fair deal that keeps your losses at a minimum. Pre and post-marital agreements typically include decisions on the following:

  • Visitation, Child Support Payments under CO Law
  • Spousal Maintenance under Florida Law
  • Property Division
  • Division of Debts
  • Health Insurance
  • Disposition of the Marital Home
  • Pension Plans
  • Tax Issues
  • Future Dispute Settlement
  • Pet Custody

Meet with a Separation Agreement Lawyer

Choosing to end a marriage is never an easy decision to make. In some situations, couples try living apart to see if there is any way to save the marriage. During this separation period, you may realize that your feelings for your spouse are still strong, or you may decide that divorce is the right option to take.

If you choose to go through a separation, it is still important to outline the terms of the split. A separation agreement lawyer will help you set up provisions that protect you during this time. These agreements do not need to be approved by a court, but they must be signed by both parties before they can take effect. Even if you decide not to end the marriage, having separation agreements in place will give you peace of mind that all important decisions are already made. Our attorney will discuss each of your options with you so that you can make the right decision for your agreements.

Contact our team to discuss the details of your prenuptial agreements. We offer services for prenuptial agreements for clients throughout Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.