Before getting married, many couples opt to put together a prenuptial agreement.¬†Premarital agreements help determine in advance division of property, spousal¬†support and other important issues in the event of death of one of the spouses or if¬†the marriage should end in divorce. Such agreements can provide added certainty¬†and peace of mind for marrying couples and help save time and money later on in¬†the event of a worst case scenario.
At Law Offices of Tina Sharma, we have several years of experience with prenuptial¬†agreements, divorce and other family law issues in Washington, D.C. and¬†surrounding communities. We have in-depth knowledge of the issues that should¬†be addressed in a premarital agreement, and we work closely with our clients to¬†craft a document that is enforceable and fully protects your interests. We¬†understand that each circumstance is unique, and we take the time to thoroughly¬†assess your needs and craft an agreement that effectively accomplishes your goals.
Common Issues to Address in Prenuptial Agreements
A premarital agreement can address most of the potentially contentious issues that¬†may arise in a divorce. One notable exception is child support. Child support is¬†viewed by the court as an important right that cannot be taken away by a prenuptial¬†agreement.
Issues that can be addressed in a prenup include:
Prenuptial agreements are sometimes challenged during a divorce. Reasons for¬†challenging a prenup may include:
If you need help drafting an enforceable prenuptial agreement, or if you need to¬†review a drafted agreement or challenge an existing one, you need strong legal¬†counsel with extensive experience in this area of the law. At Law Offices of Tina Sharma,¬†we provide skilled assistance with all matters related to prenuptial agreements.¬†Contact our office today at (202) 329-6556 for a personalized consultation.
Law Offices of Tina Sharma provides experienced guidance with prenuptial agreements in the¬†Washington, D.C. metro area, Virginia and Maryland; including the communities of Rockville, Gaithersburg, Silver Spring, College Park, Germantown, Frederick, Hyattsville,¬†Bowie, Annapolis, Montgomery County and Prince George‚Äôs County.