Prenuptial Agreement Attorney

Prenuptial Agreements

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A prenuptial agreement - also known as an antenuptial agreement in Alabama - protects the assets of a married individual’s estate in the event of death or divorce. The prenuptial agreement can often provide some certainty for the future, including how property will be divided and how the finances of the parties will be managed upon divorcing. Many believe that these agreements are only for higher income individuals - but any couple can greatly benefit from a prenuptial agreement. The agreement can outline the details of how couples plan to split income, debts, property, and more. Create a plan to protect your assets today - schedule a consultation with a family law attorney.

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Our divorce & family law attorneys have decades of combined experience handling cases relating to divorce, child custody, prenuptial agreements, and more. If you or a loved one needs to speak with a lawyer - schedule a phone or office consultation today by calling (256) 539-4464 or completing an online case evaluation form. Offices conveniently located in Huntsville and Athens, Alabama.

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