Prenuptial/Postnuptial

Arizona Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreement Attorneys

The idea of a prenuptial agreement may seem far from romantic. On the other hand, if you are considering a prenuptial agreement, you are considering the opportunity to talk about financial decisions in a calm and logical manner, prior to anything going wrong in your marriage. It can be a lot less awkward and stressful to discuss financial issues with your future spouse – as opposed to your future ex-spouse.

At Sirlin, we are board certified to handle all aspects of family law, including prenuptual agreements. We can discuss your concerns, help you choose the best strategy, and draft an enforceable prenuptial agreement.

If you are interested in learning more about a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, call our Firm at 602-561-8107 or email us at [sf_email]info@phoenixdivorcegroup.com[/sf_email] to arrange your consultation with a lawyer.

Prenuptial Agreements: Who Needs One?

Our attorneys have been drafting sound, enforceable prenuptial agreements for more than 15 years. We have found that people who have chosen to marry later in life, people who have amassed significant wealth, those with existing children, and people entering into second marriages can often benefit from a thoughtfully developed prenuptial agreement.

For those with children from a previous relationship, you can provide directives for asset division in the event of your death, or protect some assets for your children in the event of a divorce. Arizona is a community property state. If you are involved in a divorce, everything considered marital property will be subject to asset division.

A prenuptial agreement can offer stability, predictability and protection for your assets against the possibility of a high net-worth divorce. You can rest a little easier knowing your finances have been addressed in a prenuptial agreement.

Arizona Postnuptial Agreement Lawyers

Post-Marital Agreements (or Postnups) allow married couples to make agreements after they are married. Married people are entitled to make decisions regarding future finances.   Often when couples are not satisfied with the Arizona divorce laws, they create a postnup to structure their own settlement, thus deciding allocation of property and income equitably.

Contact Us to Schedule a Free Consultation

To discuss a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, call us at our Arizona office at 602-561-8107  or email us at [sf_email]info@phoenixdivorcegroup.com[/sf_email] to arrange a free initial consultation. We look forward to helping you.