Tulsa & Creek County Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer
Prenuptial agreements, commonly known as “prenups”, are premarital contracts which set each person’s financial and property rights before marriage and can address things such as property division and support alimony in the event of a divorce. Prenuptial agreements are typically entered into in situations where the future husband and wife have separate property which they want to preserve for themselves or their heirs. Prenuptial agreements may be challenged in Court, so it is important to make sure the agreement is properly drafted and entered into in good faith with full knowledge of how it affects your rights. Best practices include making full financial disclosure to one another, each party having their own, independent attorney to advise them on the terms, and having plenty of time to think it over before signing it.
If you are considering marriage or remarriage and have separate assets you want to protect, you might want to consider a prenuptial agreement or “prenup”. Likewise, if your future spouse wants you to sign a prenuptial agreement, it is wise to have it reviewed by your own independent legal advisor. Whether you or your potential spouse want a prenuptial agreement before getting married, Creek County prenuptial agreement lawyer Moura Robertson will tailor it to protect your interests and make sure you understand what you’re signing. If you are considering a prenuptial agreement before you enter into marriage, please contact us to schedule a confidential legal consultation with Moura Robertson to get the advice and counsel you need to make a smart decisions about your financial future.