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Some say prenuptial agreements help avoid contention

Getting married is an exciting event and marks a milestone in a person's life. Those in Florida who are planning to get married are no doubt hoping the union will last a lifetime. However, the unfortunate reality is that not all marriages last, and some estimates place the rate of divorce around 50 percent. In light of this, some say that prenuptial agreements can help couples avoid contention in the future by protecting each party's assets and defining each individual's rights and responsibilities. On the other hand, others claim that using a prenuptial agreement shows a lack of trust and creates a sense of foreboding that the marriage will fail.

Regardless of one's thoughts on the matter, the truth is that dividing assets ahead of time and protecting the legal interests of each party helps alleviate potential future stress and allows couples to focus more on the joy of the upcoming wedding day. At the Law Offices of Barry I. Finkel P.A., we are dedicated to helping you determine how best to address your legal issues in a way that best suits your needs and goals for the future.

For more than 20 years, we have served a variety of clients by providing trusted counsel and effective representation. We can help you execute an agreement that includes your premarital assets and business interests as well as instructions regarding possible future inheritance. Whether your needs are simple or you are dealing with a complex situation that has proved difficult to resolve, we can guide you toward an amicable solution and help you draft an agreement that protects your assets and serves your best interests. 

If you wish to discuss possible ways to use prenuptial agreements to avoid potential problems in the future, you can call our Florida office to request a consultation. We are dedicated to providing personalized service in an economically feasible manner. Thorough planning before marriage may be the key to avoiding serious legal challenges years from now.

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