Atlanta Prenuptial Agreement Attorney

If you need to draft an enforceable prenuptial agreement, contact the Atlanta prenuptial agreement attorneys at Kessler & Solomiany, LLC today. Binding your life to another person’s, while exciting, can also create some stress and may leave some people feeling uneasy with thoughts of what will happen if their marriage does not work out.

For people who want to protect themselves no matter what the future brings, a prenuptial agreement may be a good idea. Additionally, they might be a good idea for:

  • Individuals who are bringing varying amounts of wealth and assets into the marriage
  • Couples where one person is carrying a lot of debt accrued before the marriage
  • People who are preserving family heirlooms
  • Couples who already have minor children
  • People who have an established business

While some people may view prenuptial agreements as dampening the festive wedding mood, they can also be helpful to put a couple’s mind at ease before getting married, and may even make some people feel more secure to take that step into marriage. To discuss the benefits of a prenuptial agreement contact the experienced Atlanta family law attorneys at Kessler & Solomiany, LLC today by calling (404) 688-8810.

Why You Need a Lawyer

Knowing how to draft an enforceable legal agreement can be complicated, as it involves knowing the law and the legal process. Mistakes in the law or process can render a prenuptial agreement unenforceable, thereby adding extra costs and stress to the divorce process. That is why having a lawyer draft your prenuptial agreement is a good idea.

A lawyer understands the law around prenuptial agreements and knows what steps must be taken in order to ensure that your prenuptial agreement is enforceable, should you need it. Additionally, an attorney will know what types of provisions are most important to include in a prenuptial agreement, and know details such as how different divisions of property will affect things like taxes and fairness.

An experienced attorney can help make sure that you and your spouse’s interests are fairly safeguarded in the event of a divorce.

What to Include in a Prenuptial Agreement

Why Choose Us

At Kessler & Solomiany, LLC, our team of attorneys and staff have extensive experience in all matters of family law. We deal with things like child support and custody, spousal support, protective orders, and other family law issues on a regular basis. As such, we have witnessed what couples most often fight time-consuming when getting divorced and how they eventually resolve their issues. Some of our attorneys even teach continuing legal education classes to other lawyers in the subject of family law.

Our experience allows us to help guide clients better when writing prenuptial agreements because we know what the major issues are likely going to be when people are getting divorced. Therefore, when writing a prenuptial agreement, we can take into consideration common issues, in addition to each client’s unique circumstances.

Prenuptial Agreement Cases We Handle

A prenuptial agreement is a contract two people enter into before their marriage that dictates how things such as assets, debts, and responsibilities, among others, will be divided if the couple decides to divorce.

While prenuptial agreements may have a negative connotation, they can be incredibly helpful to have when two people get divorced, especially in situations where the divorce is contested.

Our team of attorneys can:

  • Help a couple draft an enforceable prenuptial agreement
  • Help a party enforce a prenuptial agreement during the divorce process
  • Help a party invalidate the prenuptial agreement.

As a result of our years of experience, we know what types of things should be accounted for in a prenuptial agreement. Some common prenuptial agreement provisions include:

This is not an all-inclusive list, but highlights some of the areas where people may want to safeguard themselves if they are drafting a prenuptial agreement. Generally, the more terms that are included in a prenuptial agreement, the smoother a divorce may be. However, there are instances when a couple decides to get divorced, but one party does not want to adhere to the prenuptial agreement.

A party seeking to have their prenuptial agreement rendered invalid must show that they:

  • Made the agreement involuntarily and were not free of coercion or duress
  • Did not enter into the agreement knowingly
  • Were unaware of the other party’s financial situation
  • Had much less knowledge and power than the other party
  • Were not given an adequate amount of time to consider the agreement or consult an attorney

Whether you are seeking to draft, enforce, or invalidate a prenuptial agreement, our legal team at Kessler & Solomiany, LLC has the knowledge to help. Although most people do not get married intending to get divorced, unforeseen events happen in life and, in most cases, having a prenuptial agreement can save time and money in the divorce process.

Contact Us

Making arrangements for your wedding in addition to fulfilling all your other commitments can be time consuming and stressful. While you may want a prenuptial agreement, you do not have time to worry about legalities. That is why the team of experienced and compassionate Atlanta area family law attorneys at Kessler & Solomiany, LLC are here to help. Contact us today by calling (404) 688-8810.