Before a person marries the love of their life, the last thought on their mind is creating a prenuptial agreement. Unfortunately, nearly half of all marriages end in divorce, forcing both partners to undergo the strenuous and emotional process of property and asset division. With a prenuptial agreement in place, what is considered separate and martial property is already established, making that aspect of the divorce proceedings easier and quicker to accomplish.
At Shows & Smith Law Firm PLLC, we understand what it takes to draft a prenuptial agreement and enforce it in the event of a divorce. Our Jackson divorce attorney has the thorough understanding of Mississippi family laws in order to obtain the outcome you desire. Let us help you make a successful transition into the next chapter of your life.
It is important to understand that prenuptial agreements are not just for the wealthy to protect their assets. Anyone getting marriage can possess separate property which they may want to keep separate. While it may not be a romantic way to discuss future finances, there are plenty of good reasons to have a prenuptial agreement drafted.
If you want to curtail your financial issues before you get married or want to maintain property that is separate from martial, a prenuptial agreement is the most effective solution. We can help you navigate through the potential complexities of creating and enforcing a prenuptial agreement.
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