Experienced Colorado Lawyers Create Solid Premarital Agreements
Knowledgeable attorneys provide legal guidance for engaged couples
From our offices in Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs, the dedicated attorneys at Goldman Law, LLC help Colorado couples plan for their futures. Like many things that were considered taboo in the past, premarital agreements are now not only acceptable but are also recognized as a sage choice. “Prenups” can foster clear and open communication that starts a marriage off right. With our decades of combined family law experience, we can advise you and your partner on how to set terms for your finances, property and future plans that help you both feel more secure.
Attentive lawyers help couples make arrangements to secure their assets
Premarital agreements can set forth terms for how you and your partner will handle:
- Finances — Whether spouses are equal earners with equal amounts of debt or one partner brings more assets or debt into a marriage, deciding how financial responsibilities will be shared can provide peace of mind.
- Property — Real estate is often the most valuable asset brought into or acquired during a marriage. It is important to determine who is responsible for homes and other property during a marriage and in the event of a separation.
- Inheritances and trusts — If one or both of you are likely to inherit a significant amount of money or property, it is wise to have a clear understanding of who has the right to use and own those assets.
- Spousal support — Premarital agreements can include clauses that determine who has the right to alimony and to how much. An infidelity clause, for example, can limit the possibility of a cheating spouse receiving financial support after a divorce.
If you and your partner ever do end up separating, a premarital agreement can help you get through a difficult process without unnecessary conflict or the added stress of uncertainty.
Skilled attorneys help married couples create postnuptial agreements
Even after the wedding rings are put on, it is not too late to plan with your partner what will happen with finances and property brought into the marriage if it doesn’t work out. If you are married, we can guide both of you in creating a postnuptial agreement that serves in much the same way as a prenuptial agreement.
Schedule a free initial consultation with a Colorado premarital agreement lawyer
With offices conveniently located in Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs, the attorneys at Goldman Law, LLC work with couples throughout Colorado. Call 303-632-9968 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation on prenuptial agreements with the office nearest you.