At Griffith Law Office, we understand the importance of protecting your assets and securing your financial future. Our experienced prenup lawyer is dedicated to providing you with personalized, compassionate legal counsel to ensure you enter your marriage with confidence and peace of mind. We take pride in our ability to create comprehensive prenuptial agreements tailored to your unique needs and goals.
Rachael Griffith is a family lawyer for Plano, TX who is experienced with drafting comprehensive prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
By creating a comprehensive and well-drafted prenuptial agreement, you can secure your financial future and minimize potential disputes and conflicts.
We are well-versed in Texas family law, including the specific requirements for prenuptial agreements. We help you navigate the complex legal landscape and create a tailored document for your specific needs and goals.Schedule Consultation
Our skilled prenup attorney can help you identify, classify, and protect your separate property and assets and establish fair terms for spousal support and property division in case of a divorce.Schedule Consultation
Guarantee your interests are well-protected. We ensure your prenuptial agreement is drafted accurately and fairly, allowing you to enter into your marriage with confidence and a clear understanding of your financial rights and responsibilities.Schedule Consultation
Prenuptial agreements are fundamentally legal documents, but their validity depends on what they include and exclude. If a prenup appears to be heavily biased against one spouse, it's likely that a judge will not enforce it. Additionally, if the conditions under which the prenup was signed suggest that one party might have been pressured, it could be deemed unenforceable.
Make certain that every aspect is addressed and your prenup is watertight. Contact Griffith Law Firm to ensure you have the services of an experienced family lawyer.Contact Us Today
When you're dealing with something as personal as a prenuptial agreement, you'd really want to work with a family law attorney who's sensitive and considerate in handling both your relationship and finances. Having a good attorney-client relationship is important to get everything right.
Make sure your prenup is valid and enforceable. Here are a few key things you need to keep in mind:
Rushing into a last-minute prenup might make it unenforceable.Schedule Consultation
Premarital agreements are a great way to get the money talk going with your soon-to-be spouse and make sure your assets are protected.
If you're already married, you can still sort things out with a postnuptial agreement. It's pretty much like a prenup, just signed after you've tied the knot.
Griffith Law Firm deals with all sorts of family stuff, like divorce, child custody, alimony, and adoption, plus a whole bunch of other family-related disputes.
Call us today for a prenup or postnup consultation in the Collin County area or our office in East Texas.Schedule Consultation
A prenup can cover a wide range of topics, such as the division of assets and property, allocation of debts, spousal support, and financial responsibilities during the marriage. However, it cannot include anything illegal or provisions related to child custody and support, as those matters are determined by the court based on the child's best interest.
Yes, a prenuptial agreement can be modified or terminated after the marriage. Both parties must agree to the changes or termination, and the modifications should be made in writing and signed by both spouses. It's always a good idea to consult with a family law attorney before making any changes to ensure that the updated agreement remains enforceable.
Generally, but there are some situations that could make it unenforceable: cases of fraud, coercion, or duress during the signing of the agreement, a lack of full disclosure of assets, or if the agreement is found to be unconscionable or heavily biased against one party. It's important to work with an experienced attorney to draft a fair and legally sound agreement to ensure that your prenup is enforceable in court.