Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreement Attorneys
An Experienced Firm Serving Couples across Brazoria County: (979) 200-6556
A properly drafted marital agreement can protect your individual property rights and provide directives for property division in the event of a divorce. At Jeff Gilbert Law Office, our prenuptial and postnuptial agreement lawyers draft enforceable documents that withstand Texas' stringent legal requirements.
Why Choose Our Prenup & Postnup Lawyers?
- Personalized Attention That Larger Firms Can't Provide
- 24-hour Access to Your Attorney
- Honest and Open Communication
- A Dedication to the Local Community
Secure your marriage by speaking with a lawyer about a prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement. Set up an appointment by calling us today at (979) 200-6556.
Who Needs a Prenuptial Agreement?
Nearly anyone can benefit from the peace of mind offered by prenuptial agreements. Our team takes the time to talk to you about your specific situation and moves forward to protect your rights. While certainly no person is planning a marriage and expecting to divorce in the future, life can take a different turn. Prenuptial agreements are effective in determining alimony (spousal support), property division, and other divorce issues.
Situations that Call for Marital Agreements
It may not seem like the most loving gesture, but because marriage leaves you vulnerable to certain liabilities, there is a good reason to consider one.
You may want to consider a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement if any of the following apply to you:
- You want to protect your individual or separate property from becoming community property
- You have children from a previous marriage and have property intended for those children
- You want to be protected from any of your spouse's debts
- You have an inheritance
- You have a family business
We Get It in Writing for You
To ensure one of the most important contracts you'll ever sign is done properly, speak with an experienced pre-marital or marital agreement attorney. Jeff Gilbert Law Office drafts sound, enforceable prenuptial and postnuptial agreements that stand up in a court of law. To be enforceable, a marital agreement must include a full disclosure of assets, establish that the contract's terms are not unconscionable, and have not been drafted while either spouse was under duress.
Set up a consultation with our team today by calling (979) 200-6556 to learn how you can protect yourself and your individual assets. We are eager to help you.