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Jacksonville Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer

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Jacksonville Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer

A prenuptial agreement is a type of contract entered into by individuals prior to marriage that sets out the manner in which specific financial matters will be resolved in the event of a divorce. Prenuptial agreements can significantly alter the rights of spouses, so it is critical that each spouse has knowledgeable counsel prior to entering into a prenuptial agreement.

If you require an experienced family law attorney for the draft or review of a prenuptial agreement, contact Lasky Law Firm. Our Jacksonville prenuptial agreement lawyers have more than 80 years of combined legal experience and have helped many clients with the draft and review of prenuptial agreements. To speak with a family law attorney at our firm, contact our Jacksonville or Clay County Law Office.

Protect Your Rights

While Florida courts will enforce prenuptial agreements that comply with the law, a spouse may challenge the enforceability of a prenuptial agreement on many grounds. Factors that may impact the enforceability of a prenuptial agreement include:

  • Financial disclosure: Each party should make a full financial disclosure to the other party.
  • Opportunity for legal counsel: While Florida does not require that each party have separate counsel, it is best for parties to have separate counsel to avoid unnecessary challenges to the enforceability of a prenuptial agreement.
  • Valid execution: The agreement must be in writing and signed by both parties.
  • Timely execution: The parties should enter into and execute an agreement in a reasonable and sufficient time prior to the marriage.

We encourage you to speak with a lawyer at our firm today to learn more about prenuptial agreements. We also assist clients with postnuptial agreements, which are entered into by spouses after marriage.

Contact A Jacksonville Premarital Agreement Lawyer

From our offices in Jacksonville and Clay County, we represent clients throughout Northeast Florida. To schedule a consultation with a Florida prenuptial agreement lawyer at our firm, call 904-399-1644. You may also contact us by email.

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