A Prenuptial Agreement Protects Both Parties’ Assets
Although preparing for the possibility of divorce prior to getting married may feel daunting, securing a prenuptial agreement ahead of time can bring about many benefits. In fact, collaborating with your partner on potentially sensitive issues such as property division while you are both getting along well with each other can help create a more agreeable and effective plan, saving time and stress in the event of unforeseen circumstances.
Because there are many ways to approach a prenup, it is important to have an attorney you can trust to help you determine what assets to secure and how best to do so. When you work with the Law Office of Christine Saverda Nielson, P.A., you can expect a skilled attorney to walk you through the process with your best financial interests in mind.
We’ll Walk You Through The Process
While Christine Saverda Nielson understands that no one aspires for divorce in a midst of a happy union, she encourages her clients to establish protection around their assets as a practice of financial responsibility. Whether you are looking to protect the ownership of a family business, ensure fair property division, or discuss potential alimony payments, Nielson will tailor her approach to suit your individual prenuptial needs.
In Maryland, there is also the option of creating a postnuptial agreement, which can serve couples who got married without a prenup, or if an existing prenup needed to be replaced due to significant changes in a relationship since union. Postnups can especially be helpful by outlining a couple’s financial rights, should they opt for a legal separation as opposed to a formal divorce. With a multitude of factors to consider, having Nielson as your lawyer means you do not have to face these decisions alone.
Contacting The Firm
The Law Office of Christine Saverda Nielson, P.A. understands that planning a future based on uncertain circumstances can feel overwhelming. If you would like to discuss creating your own prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, you can schedule an initial consultation at our office in Towson by calling 443-377-3043 or getting in touch online.