Marital Agreement Lawyers in Clarksville
Drafting Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
Marital agreements are legally-binding documents in which you and your spouse or spouse-to-be dictate the terms of what should happen in the event of separation, divorce, incapacity, or death. Drafting these agreements before or just after you marriage is an important step in protecting your best interests and ensuring that stressful situations can be handled with as little additional stress as possible.
Request a free consultation for your marital agreement by contacting our experienced Clarksville divorce lawyers at the Aldred Law Firm. We can be reached at (931) 648-9621.
Determining the Terms of Your Agreement
With an experienced lawyer counseling you through the process, you make sure your rights are protected as important matters are well thought out. Your Clarksville family law attorney is responsible for making sure you understand your options as well as the expectations laid out in the actual pre or postnuptial agreement.
These documents can cover all important topics, including:
- Parenting plans, including residency expectations and child custody arrangements
- Visitation expectations
- Child support payment plans and expectations
- Spousal support payments
- Division of all property and assets - including bank accounts, real estate, and investments
- Discussion of debts
While much of the marital agreement revolves around finances and property, the child support and custody elements are usually the most emotionally challenging to navigate, especially if there are children involved from a previous relationship. These matters, however, are important and ensuring that your children are well-taken care of in a worse case scenario is important to you and your spouse's peace of mind. As your attorneys, we provide you with compassionate and thoughtful counsel. We help you determine what will be best for your children and protect your shared goal of wanting your children to thrive.
Request a free consultation for your marital agreements by contacting our Clarksville family lawyers at (931) 648-9621.