Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer in Rhode Island
Establishing a Prenuptial Agreements
Newly married couples hope for the best, but it makes a lot of sense to
prepare for the unexpected. Relationships can change over time, and it
can be highly beneficial to have agreements in place that protect spouses
in the event of death or marriage dissolution. A prenuptial agreement
can protect your interests and provide a plan for property distribution,
if the marriage were to come to an end.
At The Law Office of Patricia A. Sullivan, I have extensive experience
helping clients in drafting comprehensive and enforceable prenuptial agreements.
If you think a prenuptial agreement may be for you,
contact my firm for compassionate legal counsel.
What is a Prenuptial Agreement?
A Prenuptial Agreement is a contract between two persons who are intending
to marry each other. Primarily, a Prenuptial Agreement regulates the disposition
of assets acquired by each party prior to the marriage in the event of
a divorce or death.
Why You Need A Lawyer To Handle Your Prenup
I am sensitive to the issues that fiancés face when looking into
prenuptial agreements. This is a time of love and building of trust, but
a prenuptial agreement does not need to impede that trust. On the contrary,
these agreements can make a marriage less stressful, as it sets everything
out on paper now so that it doesn't have to be done later should the
couple decide to separate. Now is the best time to outline debt, property and
asset division, to protect you in the future. I can make sure you have covered all the
bases, and help find an agreement that is amicable to all.
Contact My Firm For Assistance!
A prenuptial agreement helps reduce conflict and potentially extensive
court fees should
divorce occur down the road. It brings transparency into your relationship, and
it can give both fiancés great peace of mind. I believe in attorney-client
relationships that are comfortable and communicative. I am responsive
to your concerns and needs, and I will always act in your best interests.