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Nevada Family Law Group
10120 S Eastern Ave
Henderson, NV 89052
Understanding how Nevada Law affects your rights to property can help decide how to deal with it.
Nevada law presumes that all property held by a couple during marriage is community property, except for that which was brought into the marriage, or that which was acquired as a result of inheritance, gift, or a personal injury settlement. But sometimes certain advantages can be found in changing how the automatic provision of the law affect that property. Prenuptial Agreements can direct how the property is titled or transferred upon divorce in a way that protects the parties and their children. At other times, a prenuptial agreement can act somewhat like an insurance policy making sure the bitter disputes at divorce are avoided. Each couple has unique needs that can be addressed by a well-crafted prenuptial agreement.
Our attorneys help you take a proactive approach to protecting your future interests.
Like any contract, a prenuptial agreement helps get the couple on the same page by exploring their respective desires and expectations. A good prenuptial agreement takes the guesswork out of later divorce settlements. It also helps support end-of-life planning for children. Knowing how to handle these delicate topics is crucial to a successful agreement. The attorneys at Nevada Family Law Group understand how to craft an agreement that protects the interests of our clients.
Call our Experienced Henderson Prenuptial Agreement Attorneys today!
Whether you have children to protect or simply want to establish an understanding of how you will hold title to property, a good prenuptial agreement can be a significant step toward insuring a peaceful resolution later. Call (702) 910-4300 today to speak to an experience pre-nuptial agreement attorney.
HENDERSON PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENT ATTORNEYS:
If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail! Benjamin Franklin.
All too often, people underestimate the value of a prenuptial agreement. Believing it to be simply an exit plan, people at the beginning of their marriages simply do not believe divorce will ever happen. But this short-changes many of the benefits of a good prenuptial agreement. Whether to protect children from prior marriages, or as a matter of good estate planning, a prenuptial agreement can be more than simply deciding in advance how property is going to be divided if the relationship fails.