Family LawPrenuptial Agreements
Proven Colorado Attorneys Create Fair Prenuptial Agreements
FIRM GUIDES COUPLES SEEKING SECURITY
If you ever have to go through the emotional stress associated with a divorce, uncertainty over your legal and financial rights would only make things worse. Even if you never have to use it, a fair prenuptial agreement gives each party the security of knowing that issues such as property division and alimony have been addressed. Our Colorado law firm, Robinson Waters & O’Dorisio, P.C., works with couples entering marriage to establish comprehensive prenuptial agreements. With more than 40 years of service to this state, we understand the concerns of spouses and the contingencies that can arise. In each situation, we draft an authoritative document tailored to your particular goals and circumstances.
THOROUGH LAWYERS HELP CLIENTS PROTECT THEIR LEGAL AND FINANCIAL RIGHTS
As accomplished family law attorneys, our firm has seen how a well-drawn prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can benefit both parties by giving them:
- Financial security — Men and women with significant assets might be reluctant to expose themselves to a possible financial loss if the marriage does not work out. We can ensure that separate property is clearly delineated and that hard-to-quantify items, such as workplace benefits, retirement accounts and real property, are appropriately addressed.
- A less stressful dissolution process — Fighting over property division and spousal maintenance can intensify a bad situation when spouses break up. Making clear arrangements during a period when the couple is communicating well can significantly reduce the time, expense and aggravation associated with divorce.
- Information to help you make a fresh start — If you’re in a bad marital situation, uncertainty about how a dissolution will be resolved could prevent you from taking the step you need to help yourself and your children. Under an authoritative prenuptial agreement, you’ll have a clear picture on what your post-divorce financial status would be.
Prospective spouses are often reluctant to discuss these important concerns, but our experienced attorneys will guide you through the marital agreement process with skill and sensitivity.