Denton Post and Prenuptial Agreement Lawyers
Many reasons exist for creating a postnuptial or prenuptial. At the heart of every reason is the protection of your assets. These tools offer protection from more than just divorce situations. They can protect you and your spouse from external financial liability. The attorneys of Coffey & Peace are available to demonstrate to you the importance of including premarital agreements and postnuptial agreements in a strong asset protection plan.
Contact us at 940-591-6006 in Denton for guidance on postnuptial and prenuptial agreements.
In Texas, the majority of marital property is typically considered community property. In a divorce, the judge divides property and debt in the manner he or she sees fit. If you encounter a challenging financial situation, such as outstanding debt due to medical bills, a car crash, or other unforeseen circumstances, the money you owe can be collected out of community property. Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements can structure your assets in a manner that protects you and your spouse in a wide variety of situations. Certainly no one wants to consider divorce as a possibility, but these tools can help in other ways as well. They are important pieces in asset protection and estate planning.
Prenuptial agreements take place prior to marriage. They ensure that each spouse’s assets will be protected in a wide variety of situations. The experienced attorneys of Coffey & Peace can work with you to create an agreement that meets your needs.
Postnuptial agreements are similar to premarital agreements, except that they can be created after the wedding. They can offer the same sort of asset protection that is provided by a prenuptial agreement. We can work with you to build an agreement that works for you and your spouse.
Our knowledgeable lawyers have spent more than 25 years helping people in Little Elm, the Colony, Frisco, Justin, and throughout Texas. We can help you. To find out more about how we can help you, contact us at 940-591-6006 or online to schedule an initial consultation.