Prenuptial Agreements Lawyer in Louisville
Bowman Legal Helps You Form a Stronger Union
Many people erroneously consider a "prenup" to be a sign of a lack of faith in a marriage. However, this is far from true. Prenuptial agreements are beneficial to many couples and can help you work out essential issues before getting married.
Prenuptial or premarital agreements have the potential to offer security and protection to both individuals entering into a union. Through working with a knowledgeable prenuptial agreement lawyer, like ours at Bowman Legal, you can gain confidence and peace of mind.
To learn more about how a prenuptial agreement can help strengthen your future marriage by calling (502) 237-7881, or contacting us online.
The Benefits of a Premarital Agreement
Every marriage is unique, and every family has individual needs. With a prenuptial agreement, you have the opportunity to lay out a framework for your life together. And, if you do decide to divorce, you will have already worked out the parameters of how that divorce will be handled. This saves you the time, money, and heartache of a drawn-out divorce battle.
A prenuptial agreement can help you:
- Outline how property and finances will be divided in the event of a divorce
- Agree on spousal support or alimony in the event of divorce
- Protect each other from debt brought into the marriage
- Protect a business from division
- Establish what assets and property are to be kept separate from the marriage
- Protect the inheritance of your current and future children
Prenuptial agreements are not only for the extremely wealthy. Almost anyone can benefit from a prenuptial agreement. We can help you determine if a prenuptial agreement is right for you and your family.
We Can Also Handle Postnuptial & Postmarital Agreements
If you are already married or if you need to amend a prenuptial agreement, our Louisville family law attorney can help you. Bowman Legal is well-versed in all aspects of marital agreements, and we can use this experience to help you and your family. Postnuptial agreements are similar to a prenuptial agreement.
They can be used to identify and outline how a couple's assets and property will be divided in the event of a divorce. Again, these agreements do not reflect a lack of faith in a union. Instead, they provide couples with the freedom to openly discuss and plan for the future.
We’re standing by to answer all of your questions. Call us today at (502) 237-7881.