While a prenuptial agreement is not necessarily romantic, it is definitely pragmatic.
In fact, a prenuptial agreement makes a lot of sense in certain situations. For instance, if you and/or your spouse own a business, or if you and/or your spouse are entering into a second marriage, a prenuptial agreement can be a helpful legal tool. If you want a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, it is vital to have an experienced attorney draft or review the agreement.
At The Law Office of Lisa Vance, our San Antonio prenuptial agreement attorneys have created many prenuptial and postnuptial agreements for people across the region. We know how to prepare an agreement that will define and protect your property rights.
At our law firm, we are committed to creating solutions that do more than simply meet our clients' immediate legal needs. We are dedicated to developing long-term solutions that improve our clients' lives.
LISA A VANCE PROTECTS YOUR PROPERTY WITH PRENUPTIAL AND POSTNUPTIAL AGREEMENTS.
When drafting a premarital agreement, the most important concern is to create an agreement that meets all legal requirements. In Texas, these requirements are as follows:
- A prenuptial agreement must be in writing
- Both parties must fully disclose all of their assets
- Both parties must voluntarily enter into the agreement
Although not strictly required, it is also helpful if each party has his or her own lawyer. At Lisa A. Vance, our principal attorney Lisa A. Vance can help you identify the important factors and issues, and prepare an agreement that will adequately protect your rights, while withstanding any potential legal challenges down the road. We can review and revise prenuptialor postnuptial agreements as well.
Contact Our Postnuptial Agreement Attorneys In Bexar County Today
Call 210-591-8168 or email us to schedule a confidential consultation about your prenuptial or postnuptial agreement. Our office is near downtown, close to Pearl Brewery and the San Antonio Museum of art. Spanish translation services are available upon request.