It Is Okay To Prepare For The Worst

Nobody getting married wants to think about the possibility of divorce. This is a time for hopeful thoughts of a long-lasting life together. So many soon-to-be-wedded couples choose not to plan for the worst, and then when life does not go as they had hoped, they lose thousands of dollars going through the divorce process. They fall victim to stressful, bitter, time-consuming disputes that could have easily been avoided.

The Myth Of The Prenuptial Agreement

One of the biggest misconceptions about the prenuptial agreement, also called a premarital agreement, is that it is inherently selfish. That is simply not true.

Yes, a prenuptial agreement can be used to protect what is yours. But it does not have to leave your spouse without anything. It can simply outline how assets will be addressed in the event of a divorce. It can allow each spouse to retain a portion of the property, but it can do so without the need for a dispute that ultimately cuts into the amount that is available to either spouse, and eventually could be left behind for the children.

At The Law Office of Natalie Gregg in Allen, Texas, our family law lawyers create personalized premarital agreements. Instead of offering one-size-fits-all legal documents, we take the time to get to know you. We will ask questions, learn about your situation and create a legal document specifically designed to achieve your objectives and stand up to any challenges.

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