Denton Premarital Agreement Attorneys
Secure Your Future with Help from Our Family Lawyers
With the increase in multiple marriages and marriages later in life between individuals with established estates, premarital agreements can be a complicated but necessary tool for many couples. A premarital agreement is a way to protect, control, and manage your interests and assets in your marriage. It can control the unwanted complications of community property that arise in second marriages. Premarital agreements can cover property characterization, income from separate property and/ or community property, and certain agreements regarding children.
When drafting such an important document, it’s important to have an experienced and tactful team on your side. At the Law Office of David S. Bouschor, II, P.C., our Denton premarital agreement attorneys have decades of experience and have served families in the area for more than 60 collective years. We know how to handle even the most complex cases and can work with you and your soon-to-be spouse to get all your affairs in order. Our firm serves clients in Collin County and throughout the Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex.
To learn more about how we can help you, call (940) 202-8323.
Benefits of a Premarital Agreement
A premarital agreement can benefit couples at all stages of life. However, it can be particularly helpful for spouses who own a business or have other large assets, for spouses with debt or tax problems, for spouses who married later in life and have children from a previous marriage, and for spouses with a significant age gap.
The benefits of a prenuptial agreement can include:
- Protecting one spouse from the other’s debt
- Protecting one spouse from significant tax problems
- Protecting each spouse’s inheritance
- Protecting one spouse’s assets to bequeath to his or her children
- Protecting each spouse’s business assets
Let Us Help You. Call the Law Office of David S. Bouschor, II, P.C.
You can learn more about the process of drafting a prenuptial agreement and what to expect by talking with one of our experienced family lawyers. We can gather information and work with you to draft an agreement that fits your unique needs and circumstances.
Contact us at (940) 202-8323 today.