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Benefits of a Prenuptial Agreement

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There are many reasons why individuals enter into a prenuptial agreement. When thinking about prenuptial agreements, most people imagine a wealthy debutante who marries a poor man or a gold digger who is after a successful man’s fortune. Of course, a prenuptial agreement may be warranted in these situations, but it may surprise you to learn that a prenuptial agreement can be a prudent request in many other, less nefarious situations.

For example, a prenuptial agreement would be prudent for individuals who have children from a previous marriage, to ensure that the children are provided for in the event of a divorce or death.

Prenuptial agreements are also excellent ways to protect assets going into a marriage in the event of a divorce or death. If your spouse dies and has debts, a prenuptial agreement could protect your assets from creditors. At Pfister, Borserine & Associates, we can help. Call us at 972-712-6700 for a prompt response from experienced, aggressive lawyers — our law firm's phones are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

John J. Pfister, Jr. is one of only three lawyers in Frisco, Texas, certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. And attorney Charity Borserine offers more than 15 years of experience. Contact Us today - we will help you draft or review a prenuptial agreement.

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We understand that it is difficult to fathom not spending the rest of your life with the person you are going to marry. But the fact is that a large majority of couples end up divorcing, and many of those are amicable divorces in which couples simply drifted apart, each person developing different sets of interests. It would be prudent to enter into a prenuptial agreement, especially if there is a disparate distribution of wealth and assets.

Prenuptial agreements can be written to change with the passage of time. For example, after five years your spouse could receive a percentage of your estate or protected assets. You could even include a provision that would terminate the prenuptial agreement after enough time has passed that you are satisfied the marriage will last a lifetime.

Regardless of your circumstances, we can help you understand a prenuptial agreement and advise you of its benefits and limitations so you can make an informed decision.

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Protect your interests with a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, or let us help you understand nuptial agreements by contacting us to schedule a convenient consultation. Our family law attorneys John J. Pfister Jr. and Charity Borserine have a strong background in family law and prenuptial agreements. We can arrange daytime, evening or weekend appointments to protect your rights and ensure you receive the prenuptial agreement information and advice you need.

Based in Frisco, Texas, the law firm of Pfister, Borserine & Associates represents clients in North Dallas and the DFW Metroplex, including Plano, McKinney, Richardson, The Colony, Lewisville, Corinth, Carrollton, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Arlington, Irving, Allen, Little Elm, Wylie, Lucas, Fairview, Denton, Parker, Prosper, and Celina, TX.

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