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Houston Prenuptial Agreements Lawyers

Prenuptial agreements can be of significant benefit for any couple thinking about marriage. The purpose of a prenuptial agreement is to establish a fair distribution of assets for each spouse both during the marriage and if a separation were to occur.

Prenuptial agreements offer couples the chance to make decisions about the division of property and assets without the pressure of a looming divorce. At Holmes, Diggs & Sadler, our Houston area prenuptial agreement lawyers understand the sensitive nature of prenuptial agreements but encourage couples to take the time to consider the benefits of a prenuptial agreement. Our legal team is dedicated to helping couples come to an agreement that works in the best interest of both parties. To learn more about the benefits of prenuptial agreements and how we can help you, contact us today at (713) 802-1777.

Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer?

Prenuptial agreements can be extraordinarily beneficial. Though no couple begins a marriage anticipating trouble down the road, planning ahead for the worst-case scenario can negate stress should something ever go wrong. Of course, in order for a prenuptial agreement to fulfill its purpose, it has to be comprehensive and legally-binding. This is why it is essential that you hire a lawyer to help draft this document. If you attempt to craft a prenuptial agreement on your own, you may leave out important details, leaving room for debate. Similarly, if for any reason the prenuptial agreement you craft on your own turns out to not be legally binding, it will be completely void, leaving your assets vulnerable. To prevent these and other mishaps, hire a lawyer to help you draft your prenuptial agreement, and save yourself any headaches now and in the future.

Why Choose Holmes, Diggs & Sadler to Handle My Case?

At Holmes, Diggs & Sadler, we have over 90 years of combined experience representing our neighbors in Houston in a variety of family law cases. Among our staff are two board-certified attorneys, an achievement held by less than 1% of lawyers in Texas. This means that when you hire Holmes, Diggs & Sadler, your case will benefit from the knowledge and skills of two specialists in family law. One of these specialists is Cindy Diggs, one of our founding partners, who alone has over 25 years of experience and has been named a Super Lawyer every year since 2009. We are proud of our record of excellent results and litany of awards that we have won over the years. We are more proud, however, of the trust and appreciation our clients have for us. We are totally dedicated to the needs of our clients, and strive to provide personalized and compassionate legal service. We understand that prenuptial agreements can feel awkward, but we guarantee to help you through this process as smoothly as possible.

Reasons to Consider a Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements offer couples the chance to work out any foreseeable issues. Prenuptial agreements are not just a way to keep all your money for yourself in the event of a divorce. They are a way to agree on how to split assets prior to marriage. In addition to money in divorce, a prenuptial agreement can also cover:

  • Who has the right to do what with certain property (including buy, sell, or otherwise control certain property)
  • What will happen to property if one spouse dies
  • How life insurance benefits will be allocated
  • How alimony will work in the event of divorce
  • Estate planning decisions

It may be especially wise to consider drafting a prenuptial agreement if one spouse is much wealthier than the other or if you possess any of the following:

  • You own a business
  • Previous assets such as a home, stock, or retirement funds
  • One or both spouses have significant debt
  • Inheritance
  • Children from a previous marriage

If any of these situations apply to your upcoming marriage, you may want to consider writing a prenuptial agreement with the assistance of a family lawyer. Having such an agreement will simplify the property division aspect of divorce, if it should arise. If you choose not to craft a prenuptial agreement, you may find that assets that you worked hard for or that have special sentimental value to you are vulnerable.

Consult a Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer in Houston

At Holmes, Diggs & Sadler, our lawyers are committed to helping couples come up with prenuptial agreements that benefit both spouses. Our legal team enjoys helping newlywed couples begin their marriages without issues regarding the division of property and assets.

If you and your significant other have pending nuptials, you may want to consult with a lawyer about your legal options. Call (713) 802-1777 today to speak with an experienced prenuptial agreements lawyer in the Houston area.

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5300 Memorial Dr #900
Houston, TX 77007
Phone: (713) 802-1777

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