Prenuptial agreements, though not necessarily romantic, are becoming more necessary than ever. No matter how much or how little your life earnings are, it is important you do your part to protect your future. The truth of the matter is, you can never predict what may happen--every engaged couple has had the feeling of, “it won’t happen to us.” Unfortunately, however, it happens to the best of us. A marriage we expected to last forever suddenly doesn’t. When it ends, you want to be confident you are walking away with what you deserve--nothing less.
A prenuptial agreement doesn’t mean you anticipate a break-up. It means you want both your loved one, as well as yourself, to be treated as fairly as possible in the event things don’t work out as you both wish them to. This is especially important in case it isn’t either party’s first marriage, there is a business in the picture, or you have or are planning to have children in the future. We believe it is best you do yourselves a favor and prevent a contentious situation down the road by preparing as early as possible.
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At Burch, Coulston & Shepard, LLP, we are dedicated to offering our clients comprehensive solutions to any number of family law issues, ranging from the most standard to the most complex. If you are in need of an Orange County divorce lawyer you can trust to treat you to personalized and dedicated counsel, care, and representation, we want to be all of that for you and more. Allow our firm to be an intrinsic part of your journey to a better, happier, and more fulfilled future.
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