Protecting Personal Assets With Pre- & Post-Marital Agreements

As more and more people bring significant assets into a marriage, pre and post-marital agreements have become more popular. Whether you are interested in a prenuptial agreement or a post-marital agreement, coming up with a comprehensive plan today could save you time and stress should a dispute arise in the future. I am attorney Daniel R. Bacalis, P.C., and I can help you protect your assets today.

In the past 30 years, I have seen pre and post-marital agreements become more and more common, as people take steps to protect their personal finances. As a Board Certified family lawyer, I understand the problems that people face when it comes to marital property division. By looking ahead, I can help you resolve potential problems before they get a chance to become an issue.

I look for creative ways to address the specific needs of my clients. A premarital agreement clearly segregates property, so there is no question as to who owns what. No matter what happens in the future, a prenuptial agreement can be beneficial for both parties. A comprehensive premarital agreement can take care of more than just financial issues. I can help you come up with a plan that considers all aspects of a potential separation.

Post-Marital Agreements

Whether you already have a prenuptial agreement or not, circumstances can change in a marriage, which may lead to the need to sign a post-marital agreement. From a large inheritance by one party, the birth of children or serious medical ailments, a post-marital agreement can help you make adjustments that fit your new situation.

Get Your Questions Answered In A Free Initial Consultation

There is nothing selfish about a prenuptial agreement. A good premarital or post-marital agreement should be beneficial to both parties. If you want to know whether or not a marital agreement is right for you, contact me at my Galveston or Hurst, Texas, law offices today for a free initial consultation. Please call 817-576-1023.