A prenuptial agreement is a legally binding contract created by two people before they get married. This legal agreement allows couples to settle upon the terms as to how they wish to divide their assets, liabilities, and support obligations if they divorce in the future.
Valerie M. Little can help you create a prenuptial agreement that respects your rights and interests. Contact Valerie today for an initial consultation. Her firm is located in New Westminster and serves clients in the surrounding communities.
It can be challenging to approach the subject of getting a prenuptial agreement with your future spouse. It is a sensitive topic that many couples do not want to discuss before the wedding date. However, creating a prenuptial agreement can help create transparency, build trust and settle expectations on dealing with your property and assets and income stream if you ever divorce. Moreover, a well-written prenuptial agreement can help prevent disputes if you separate.
When you work with Valerie M. Little, she will listen to your goals and objectives. She has the experience to draft a comprehensive agreement that is clear and easy to understand and reflects your wishes.
You do not need a lawyer to draft a prenuptial agreement. However, if you create a DIY prenup, you risk having the agreement challenged in court. This could result in lengthy court proceedings and be expensive. If you fail to consult a family law lawyer, you may miss critical details that could prevent your prenuptial from being enforceable.
Valerie has over 25 years of experience in family law. She will ensure your agreement is fair and comprehensive and will utilize her expertise to draft an agreement that will likely withstand future judicial scrutiny. She has only had one agreement challenged in court to date throughout her career, and the presiding judge upheld the agreement. She will walk you through the entire process of creating a prenuptial agreement to ensure you understand your rights and obligations.
Moreover, Valerie can help you make changes to your prenuptial agreement in the future. If you want to create an amendment to your prenuptial agreement, Valerie can draft the amending document.
One important decision you will make in your life is to get married. If you decide to sign a prenuptial agreement, it will help settle financial matters and support obligations if your marriage ends.
Valerie M. Little has many years of experience drafting a prenuptial agreement that protects your interests.
No matter how big or small your estate, Valerie will work with you and your partner to create a contract that makes sense for you. Contact her todayto schedule your private consultation. Valerie and her team provide legal services to clients throughout the Lower Mainland, including Vancouver, Coquitlam and New Westminster.