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Marital Agreement Attorneys in Ocala

Protecting Your Assets & Interests in Case of Divorce

When two individuals enter into a marriage together, they often have the possibility of divorce in the back of their minds since approximately half of all marriages end in divorce. When divorces occur, the assets, property, and debts that the married individuals have are to be divided between them. You need a well-drafted marital agreement to make sure that everything you want to keep in the event of a divorce is fully protected.

At Dunham & Ingram, our Ocala marital agreement lawyers can help you create an effective and personalized prenuptial or postnuptial agreement. Backed by decades of experience, our attorneys have helped thousands of clients with their family law and legal needs. We have a comprehensive understanding of Florida marital agreements and will be with you every step of the way throughout the legal process.

Call Dunham & Ingram today at (352) 353-8117 or contact us online to learn more about how our family lawyers in Ocala can help you.

About Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements are documents that are signed by two marrying individuals before the marriage occurs. These documents can cover a wide range of functions, from detailing each spouse’s duties in the marriage to outlining the distribution of property should divorce occur, and more. A properly drafted prenuptial agreement can function as an effective backup plan and protect your future. For information about prenuptial agreements and how our Ocala prenuptial agreement attorneys can protect your assets, check out our page here.

Postnuptial agreements, on the other hand, are executed during the marriage rather than before. Other than that significant difference, postnuptial agreements work very similarly to how prenuptials do. Our Ocala marital agreement lawyers will sit down with you, discuss all the facts of your situation with you, and help you make well-informed legal decisions. You can trust us to fight for your interests and protect your rights.

Marital agreements may be deemed invalid if the court finds that they are the result of:

  • Overreaching
  • Coercion
  • Duress

Call (352) 353-8117 for Excellent Representation

To help make sure your marital agreement is comprehensive and enforceable, retain experienced legal services today. You do not want to go through a divorce and then find out your prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is insufficient or unenforceable. Call Dunham & Ingram today at (352) 353-8117 and set up a free consultation with our family law attorneys today. You can rely on us for all your marital agreement needs.

Benefits of Choosing Dunham & Ingram LLC:

  • Experienced

    We have experience handling all types of misdemeanor and felony cases.

  • Committed

    We are committed to tirelessly protecting your rights and interests.

  • Aggressive

    We have extensive courtroom experience and know how to fight for you in trial.

  • Helpful

    We will answer any questions and make sure you understand your rights and options.