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If you got recently engaged, congratulations! While the future may seem bright between you and your fiancé, individuals who possess valuable assets prior to marriage should consider protecting them through a prenuptial agreement. Although discussing the prospect of divorce isn’t romantic whatsoever, addressing financial issues can actually make your relationship stronger, knowing both parties can be honest with one another as husband and wife without any ulterior motives.

If you are interested in drafting a prenuptial agreement in Maryland, our Waldorf family law attorney at the Law Office of Robert R. Castro, P.A. can protect your assets and your best interests. We can evaluate your financial situation, listen to your concerns, and create a favorable agreement.

Is a Prenup Right for You?

Prenuptial agreements are essentially written contracts between prospective spouses where they agree on how certain issues—such as alimony and property division—are settled in divorce and even each partner’s marital duties during the marriage. Many people assume prenuptial agreements are only for the wealthy; however, they can address may circumstances which relate to all couples.

The following are the common circumstances which could benefit from a prenuptial

  • When one has more significant assets or business interests before the marriage compared to the other spouse
  • When one or both spouses have children from a previous marriage or relationship
  • When one or both spouses have substantial personal debts before the marriage
  • When one or both spouses expect to receive a large inheritance
  • When one spouse agrees to support the other spouse in order to obtain higher education or professional training
  • When one spouse decides to stay at home to raise the children while forgoing a lucrative career

The prenuptial agreement must be in writing, signed by both parties, and includes an expansive disclosure of both spouses’ financial information. The terms of the agreement must be fair and cannot be used to restrict child custody and visitation rights.

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While our Waldorf family law attorney can help you draft your prenup, we can also help enforce the terms of the agreement or challenge the enforcement if the existing prenup seems unfair. No matter what type of family law concern you have, we take the time to determine personalized legal solutions on your behalf.

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