Do You Need A Prenuptial Agreement?

It is always a good idea for couples who are contemplating marriage to carefully examine the key life issues that will be impacted by the marital relationship. Prenuptial agreements can help to address these issues in a way that will protect you and your spouse down the line, in the event that things go wrong. If you or your fiancé(e) is wondering whether a prenuptial agreement is right for you, it is a good idea to discuss your options with an experienced attorney.

At Robertson, Oswalt & Associates, our family law practice provides effective legal representation to clients throughout the Little Rock area. As experienced family law lawyers, we know the complexities and the emotional components that can accompany these matters. When you have concerns, we will provide honest advice and answers that make sense for you and your family.

Helping To Protect Your Future

No one who enters into a marriage wants to imagine that the marriage will end in divorce. Likewise, no one who gets into an automobile expects to be seriously injured in an accident. Yet, people buy car insurance in order to protect themselves in the event that an accident should happen. Prenuptial agreements work in much the same way.

Do you and your future spouse have significant differences in assets or income? Are there business assets involved? Do you have children from previous relationships? If so, it is in your best interest to consult a prenuptial agreement attorney, and learn about your options.

Challenging The Validity Of Prenuptial Agreements In Arkansas

In some circumstances where a prenuptial agreement is already in existence, it may be necessary to challenge the validity of the agreement. If the agreement is not clear, it was signed under duress, all assets were not accounted for or one spouse was not represented by an attorney, the validity of the agreement may be called into question. Our firm has significant experience ensuring that our clients are not unfairly impacted by invalid agreements.

Contact Our Little Rock Family Law Attorneys

For more information regarding prenuptial agreements, contact us online or call 501-588-4451 or 866-311-3815 to schedule a consultation today. At Robertson, Oswalt & Associates, we are dedicated to fighting for your best interests.