Prenuptial Agreements Florida — $800.00
Regojo Law understands that nobody wants to start a marriage asking the spouse to sign a prenuptial agreement. But, for many people, the protection of their assets and estate is very important, particularly if you have children or grandchildren that would inherit your estate in the event of your death.
A prenuptial agreement is a contract between two persons that are in the process of getting married. The purpose of the prenuptial agreement is to define the rights and benefits of each party and resolve questions concerning the division of assets, alimony and inheritance in the event of a separation or divorce. The prenup protects the assets acquired prior to a marriage. Without the prenup, in the event of a divorce, the division of assets and alimony will be determined by state laws.
Contact Regojo Law to learn more about prenuptial agreements in Florida.
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