Crafting Prenuptial Agreements To Fit Your Situation

Prenuptial agreements are some of the most misunderstood legal documents, often miscast as something the well-heeled employ because they are not confident that their marriage will last. While a prenup does provide asset protection in the event of a divorce, they also help insulate parties from each other's debts should the marriage ever come to an end. Prenuptial agreements also offer asset protection even in cases not involving a divorce.

These agreements should be viewed as something like an insurance policy. You hope you will never have to make a claim, but it can provide you with the peace of mind that comes with knowing you are protected should the unthinkable ever occur.

At The Law Offices of Donna L. Buttler, LLC, we have devoted our legal practice to family law and divorce matters. Our Farmington Valley lawyers, Donna Buttler and Ann Newman, have more than 50 years of combined experience and use this insight to help determine if a prenup should be considered for your situation. To learn more, call us at 860-404-6134.

Protecting Your Assets With Customized Documents

Every couple is different. As such, every prenuptial agreement should reflect each couple's wishes and be customized to suit the needs of the people entering into it. This type of document can be complicated. A lawyer needs to review all of the information regarding assets, which may include deeds, investments and more. We take the time to listen to your needs and what you hope to achieve with a prenup.

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Contact Our Law Firm To Explore Your Options

If you are considering marriage or have been recently married and want to know more about protecting your assets, our attorneys are here to help. Call our Connecticut office at 860-404-6134 or contact us online to schedule a consultation to discuss your situation.