Prenuptial agreements are contracts that determine what will happen to your property in the event that you divorce. It has gotten a bad name over the years because people think that they are going into marriage with divorce already on their minds. However, some studies have shown the opposite effect. People are sometimes more secure in their relationships after such documents are signed. Prenuptial agreements can be excellent tools to use in the right circumstances. If you are interested in a prenuptial agreement, please call attorney Denise Cole at Grace Legal Services in Lansing, Michigan, today to discuss your prenuptial agreement issues.
Prenuptial agreements are being used a lot more today than ever before. In second or subsequent marriages, prenuptial agreements can be used as estate planning tools as well as marital asset protection. When blended families come together, the laws of estates and divorce do not change. If you are unaware of how the law may affect your assets if you die or divorce, then you need to learn quickly what your rights are. In many situations, people are simply unaware that certain assets, by law, will not go where they would have liked in the event of death or divorce.
If you are in or considering getting into a second or subsequent marriage, then please call Grace Legal Services in Lansing, Michigan, for a consultation on what your legal rights are and how death or divorce could affect them. If things are not how you want them to be, allow one of our attorneys to counsel you so that your assets are protected and will end up exactly where you want them to go if something happens.
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