Prenuptial Agreement Tag

In the Florida, a staggering percentage of marriages end in divorce. If you are in the process of getting married or are considering proposing to your long-term partner, those oft-cited and depressing statistics don’t have to scare you -  plenty of couples “make it” too....

Engagements are exciting and romantic. When you are about to enter a marriage with someone you love deeply, drafting a prenuptial agreement can seem like the last task you want to do. Prenuptial agreements can make some couples uncomfortable, as it makes the possibility of...

Inheritances can be amassed from a variety of sources, and they often include generous gifts given by parents or grandparents. In order to protect these assets, in a Florida divorce, we must be able to establish the inheritance as "extra-marital" property.  What might be considered...

An engagement is an exciting and bliss-filled time in a person’s life. Even more exciting is the wedding that will soon follow. Many couples are so in love that the farthest thing from their mind pre-marriage is the writing of a prenuptial agreement. The idea...

People get married for plenty of reasons, from love to security and stability to family and finances.  It isn't exactly controversial to say that no one gets married to get divorced. The process can be messy and damaging, and isn’t fun for anyone.  And yet,...

As you know, prenuptial agreements are not just for the celebrities anymore. More and more couples are deciding to negotiate before tying the knot. According to study from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, more couples are opting to have a prenup. Of the 1600...

Prenuptial agreements, or “prenups,” can be an emotional thing to discuss, and some couples choose to forego prenups altogether. But ultimately, you should think of a prenuptial agreement like you think of life insurance: you don’t pay a premium expecting or planning to die tomorrow,...

Prenuptial Agreement Benefits Prenuptial agreements, or “prenups,” can be very divisive. Some people claim that entering a marriage by talking about the potential for divorce can set a bad tone for the whole relationship. However, if you divorce emotion from the process, there are a host...

"Illegal Clause in my Prenup." From time to time we are called with questions from potential divorce clients with questions about their Prenuptial Agreements (which were already signed) and that were drafted with a potentially "Illegal Clause" within it. The question may sound something like...