What Is A Prenuptial Agreement?
At the beginning of a marriage, both parties enter the union with certain property that they own separately. Throughout the marriage, they will acquire certain "marital property" of which each has equal ownership rights under Nevada community property law. A prenuptial agreement is a contract entered into by a couple before they are married. It allows the parties to "opt out" of Nevada's community property law and determine for themselves how their marital property will be divided in the event of a divorce.
Protect Your Finances And Your Children
A significant percentage of marriages in the United States end in divorce. A prenuptial agreement is an important marital planning tool that can protect your financial security and help you avoid protracted, expensive divorce litigation. It is especially important for high net worth individuals, business owners, couples embarking on second marriages and people with children from previous relationships.
Why You Need Experienced Lawyers
The key to a valid prenuptial agreement is in the details. If an agreement is not drafted properly, or if it fails to account for the unique circumstances of a couple, it can be declared unenforceable by the court. This could have significant and expensive consequences for the parties involved.
The attorneys of Cassady Law Offices, P.C., will work closely with you to understand your circumstances, to explain your options, and to collect and examine essential background and financial information. We will guide you through the process and work to help you achieve your objectives.
Our firm founder, attorney Jasen Cassady, is a certified financial planner with an advanced law degree in taxation. He has more than a decade of experience developing comprehensive prenuptial agreements that meet the needs and promote the goals of a diverse array of clients.
Contact Our Henderson Premarital Agreement Attorneys
To schedule a free 30-minute consultation with an experienced Las Vegas prenuptial agreements attorney, call Cassady Law Offices, P.C., at 800-557-6423 or 702-706-1083. You can also contact us by email. We look forward to speaking with you.