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Prenuptial Agreement Lawyers in Ocala

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A prenuptial agreement, also referred to as a prenup, is a written agreement signed by two individuals who intend to marry each other. The agreement outlines what should happen to the property, debts, and assets of the couple should they divorce, and addresses a wide variety of issues. A well-drafted prenuptial agreement functions as a backup plan that protects everything you want protected in case of divorce.

At Dunham & Ingram, our Ocala prenuptial agreement lawyers have decades of experience in family law. As a result, we have successfully helped thousands of clients over the years and gained an in-depth understanding of Florida law. If you are looking to create an effective prenuptial agreement, contact our firm today and set up a consultation with our legal team. You can rely on us to help you with all your family law needs.

Call Dunham & Ingram today at (352) 353-8117 or contact us online to find out how our Ocala prenuptial agreement lawyers can help you.

About Prenuptial Agreements in Florida

Prenuptial agreements are written to be easily enforceable by clearly defining the parameters in a marriage. However, they are still a frequent point of contention in divorce courts because individuals dispute certain parts of their agreement. For there to be an actual contest of the agreement, tangible problems must exist rather than just simple disagreements. Common tangible issues include accusations of being coerced into signing the contract, failing to disclose a spouse’s full assets, and fraud.

Prenuptial agreements should be drafted and agreed upon far in advance of the actual wedding so that both parties can have time to fully consider the contract and revise it over time. Once the wedding happens and the agreement is signed, however, it generally can no longer be changed.

Prenuptial agreements can be used to:

  • Detail each spouse’s responsibilities in the marriage
  • Outline the distribution of property should a divorce occur
  • Ensure your estate plan is fully protected
  • Keep family heirlooms and property within the family
  • Provide for children conceived in previous relationships
  • Protect a spouse from the other’s debts

Call (352) 353-8117 to Draft a Prenuptial Agreement

You can get started by contacting our firm today and setting up a consultation. Our legal team will help you identify all your available legal options and determine your best course of action. You can count on us to protect your rights and fight for your best interests.

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