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Protecting Your Assets With Marital Agreements
Many couples make the decision to put a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in place to protect their interests and avoid bigger problems or disagreements in the future. The smartest time to draft these documents is long before you need them, if you ever do. At the law offices of Rader Law Firm, we work closely with our clients to draft documents or offer an independent review of a partner or spouse’s proposed agreement. Give yourself the peace of mind of having protected yourself and your loved ones, setting down guidelines for your property and other assets in case of death or divorce.
For guidance on drafting pre or postnuptial agreements, our family attorneys can help. Contact Rader Law Firm at today.
We serve clients in Phoenix, Scottsdale & all of Maricopa County.
Our family law attorneys in Scottsdale have years of experience assisting clients with the creation of prenuptial agreements. We understand how Arizona law may apply to your situation, and we strive to draft a document that makes sense to you and meets your needs, both now and in the future. At Rader Law Firm, our focus is on making sure the documents we draft are enforceable, because rushed agreements may not be binding. A prenuptial agreement is not effective if it fails to protect your interests in the future. We encourage our clients to talk with us as soon as possible prior to their wedding, so the parties signing the document have time to fully review and consider it, making negotiations more likely to go smoothly.
When a married couple faces a life event that could affect their future, a postnuptial agreement may be a good idea. At our law firm, we help couples in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, and the greater Phoenix area create postnuptial agreements that plan for dispositions of property in the event the marriage ends in divorce or death. Our Phoenix family law attorneys know that these documents are generally a good idea because they allow couples to decide what will happen with their assets and finances instead of relying on the defaults put in place by Arizona law.