When couples in Texas are preparing for marriage, they sometimes choose to sign contracts that specify certain terms or conditions pertaining to property or financial assets owned separately or jointly before or after the marriage takes place. Prenuptial agreements and post-nuptial agreements are different types of contracts that might be chosen in order to protect the interests of each spouse in a marriage. Because statistics prove that many marriages end in divorce, some believe that entering into a contract before the wedding day will help to avoid contention and discord should the union come to a legal end in the future.
At Venier & Associates, PLLC, our legal team is prepared to offer compassionate and effective help that creates a fair environment and works toward a positive outcome for all those involved. Some say that reaching an agreement earlier is better than battling it out in court later. We are dedicated to providing clear answers and strategies to help you avoid litigation and prevent contentious battles from developing should you and your spouse decide to divorce.
Our experienced attorneys are able to guide you through even the most complex and complicated family matters. Planning for your wedding day should be a time of adventure, excitement and joy. Documenting your shared desires so as to protect your future interests is one way to alleviate stress and focus on the happy occasion at hand.
Some Texas couples may decide that prenuptial agreements can help prevent acrimony should a marriage later result in divorce. You can call the office of Venier & Associates, PLLC to schedule an appointment or contact us via the convenient online form accessible through our website. A marital contract is a personal and intimate thing, and your privacy will be respected as we help you protect and plan for your future.