Pre- & Post-Nuptial Agreement Attorneys in Winter Park
Protect Your Family, Future, and Financial Security
Richard A. Heller, P.A., we strongly recommend creating pre- or post-nuptial agreements as an
intelligent legal method of protecting our clients' futures, assets,
and interests. The old stigma surrounding these subjects is gone. In today's
world, couples recognize that a pre- or post-nuptial arrangement is not
necessarily a sign of distrust but a smart organizational move. That's why, at
Richard A. Heller, P.A., we support you in your decision to plan ahead for your future and to
make arrangements that protect your estate and your loved ones should
a "worst case scenario" occur.
pre-nuptial agreement, or "prenup," is drawn up prior to the couple's marriage.
This document simply defines and describes which assets belong to each
party. Both you and your fiancé or fiancée will need to
hire a separate lawyer to avoid potential conflicts of interest. In addition,
it is important to remember that pre-nuptial agreements must be taken
care of well in advance of the wedding ceremony in order to avoid the
appearance that either party was pressured or forced into signing an agreement
that wasn't fully reviewed or understood.
post-nuptial agreement, on the other hand, is drafted after the marriage has become official.
Like a prenup, this document serves to lay out what property belongs to
which party. A Winter Park
divorce lawyer can help you make wise choices about what to include in your agreement.
If you and your spouse have obtained joint assets since your wedding,
you can define who owns what percentage of the property.
Laying the Foundation for a Strong Future
Signing a pre- or post-nuptial agreement can help you establish that your
marriage is not about money or assets. Our lawyers can help you take smart
steps to defend your future and to help you have confidence in your spouse-to-be
as you approach marriage or in the future of your relationship if you
are already married. Moreover, discussing these financial matters now
can lay a strong foundation for how you will handle such concerns throughout
your relationship. In our 20 years of experience, we have helped many
thousands of Central Florida residents resolve complex legal disputes.
We put this experience to work for our clients every single day.
Searching for an attorney for your family law case in Greater Orlando?
When you retain our firm to handle your marriage contract, you will be
able to rest assured that your interests and your rights will be prioritized
by your attorney throughout the course of the legal process. Call Richard
A. Heller, P.A. to learn more. We offer each new or prospective client
free consultation with an Winter Park
family lawyer to help you learn about your options and how we are prepared to help you
before you make any financial commitment.
Contact our office today at (407) 501-4052.