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Gainesville Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreement Lawyers

Entering into a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in Georgia can seem like planning for a marriage to end before it gets a chance to get started. In reality, making an agreement ahead of time can clear up a lot of the questions you both may have about the future together.

Agreeing To A Good Start

Often, marital disputes are about money. When many of the money questions are answered in the first place, it can give both spouses peace of mind so that you can focus on building your future together.

No matter which spouse is asking for an agreement, it is critical to have an attorney who understands your circumstances and interests. Talking to a skilled family law attorney at Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP, can help you understand the agreement at hand. To make an appointment in our Gainesville office, call 678-601-2495.

What Is A Prenuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement is a contract between two people prior to marriage. It sets out the way assets will be divided in case of a divorce. For prenuptial agreements to be valid and enforceable, there must be a full disclosure of assets, and there must be consideration on both sides.

Why Get A Postnuptial Agreement?

Postnuptial agreements are written after the marriage but should not be created in “contemplation of divorce.” Postnuptial agreements must be carefully worded and require the full disclosure of assets. There must be consideration on both sides; if not, the postnuptial agreement could be held invalid.

Let’s Get Started

Whether you need help challenging an agreement or you need help revising or drafting a new one, the lawyers at Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP, can help. To make an appointment in our Gainesville office, call 678-601-2495 or contact us online.

Bob Coleman’s knowledge of divorce law was excellent and I felt like I had the strongest lawyer in the room. He listened to my concerns and counseled me on the correct actions to take during negotiations. The office is professional and the staff is courteous.

–B.D.

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