Prenuptial Agreements

Maryland Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer

Marriage and Premarital Agreements

When a couple makes the decision to get married, it is an excellent choice for a couple to obtain a prenuptial agreement, also known as a prenup or premarital agreement. A prenuptial agreement basically states what both spouses wishes are if the decision should ever be made to file for separation or divorce. It will spell out precisely what type of spousal support or alimony will be paid, who gets what property and assets, businesses, child custody or child visitation and who will be required to pay child support in the event of separation, divorce, or a spouse’s death.

In the state of Maryland, a prenuptial agreement is a legally binding document. It can be of great comfort to both parties in a marriage because it can help to avoid a long drawn out court battle if a divorce should ever take place. It is also a very positive way for a soon to be couple to communicate their needs and what they want in regards to a marriage. For instance, if a spouse has a business and does not want the other spouse to have any rights to the business if they should divorce, this can be written in a prenuptial agreement and will be upheld by the family law courts.

Family Law in Anne Arundel County

Please contact the Law Office of Nicholas T. Exarhakis today to learn more about the legal steps that couples may take to avoid any negative conflicts should they ever decide to separate or divorce. A knowledgeable Annapolis prenuptial agreements attorney will meet with potential clients during a free initial consultation. During the consultation, we can explain why obtaining a prenuptial agreement is so very important both now and in the future.

The Law Office of Nicholas T. Exarhakis provides sound legal advice, guidance and services to clients in need of experienced legal representation. Please contact an Annapolis prenuptial agreements lawyer at our firm to discuss any type of family law matters in regards to marriage, divorce, separation, child custody or estate planning.

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