Pre-Nuptial Agreements are very sensitive documents and topics.
Everyone understands the importance they may have but we also recognize the uncomfortable positioning of entering a written contract regarding your upcoming marriage.
The most common purpose for Pre-Nuptial Agreements is to clearly identify the division of property one currently owns and what may develop after the marriage in the event of a subsequent divorce. Florida Courts discourage Pre-Nuptial Agreements but they also recognize their validity.
Pre-Nuptial Agreements require full financial disclosure by both parties. Of particular importance is the division of properties that may increase in value during the marriage. Other issues involve the Waiver of Inheritance Rights and limitations on alimony.
At Golden Gate Legal Center we can draft your Pre-Nuptial Agreement or advise you with regard to rights and effects of an Agreement prepared by your spouse that you should have reviewed.
Most people do not need or desire a Pre-Nuptial Agreement. However, for those that do, Golden Gate Legal Center will protect your interest.