Prenuptial agreements offer an effective means of protecting your assets before you enter into a marriage. That is the primary benefit that most people think of when they consider a prenuptial. What most people are not aware of are the other benefits that a prenuptial agreement can offer.
- Minimizes conflict during divorce
- Encourages an honest early discussion on important issues before you marry
- Allows protection of inheritance for children from a previous marriage
- Protection of assets from spouse's creditors
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At Surovell Isaacs Petersen & Levy, our Fairfax prenuptial agreement attorneys understand the desire to protect assets that you have worked so hard to acquire. We also understand the need for these matters to be handled in a way that is sensitive to all parties without hurting your trust going into a marriage. Our decades of experience allows us to offer representation that will help you to clearly define and carry out your asset protection goals.
Taking the time at the beginning of a marriage to establish basic facts and to have completely honest discussions about the future and each spouse's goals for the future offers real benefits in the avoidance of conflict, both during the marriage and during divorce. Having frank discussions limits the potential for conflict to arise.
Our firm's goal is to offer real protection for your assets. We believe that prenuptial agreements offer a sound means of securing that protection with numerous additional benefits.
Contact the Loudoun County Postnuptial Attorneys of Surovell Isaacs Petersen & Levy
If you are entering into a marriage and you want to ensure the security of your assets, turn to the experienced prenuptial agreement lawyers of Surovell Isaacs Petersen & Levy. To schedule an initial consultation, call 703-648-8279 or simply contact us online.
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