Prenuptial & Post-Marital Agreements
Tampa Family Law Attorneys
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It is vital that any agreement you sign in divorce, paternity or modification cases fully addresses and protects your rights and interests. And, if you or your spouse or future spouse choose to use a prenuptial agreement, pre-marital or post-marital agreement to address the division of your assets and debt, it is important that the document fully reflect your concerns and is enforceable. Since 1997, our Tampa divorce and family law attorneys have experience creating and drafting binding family law and divorce-related agreements and contracts. Our attorneys are skilled and experienced at both drafting agreements and reviewing agreements to ensure your rights are protected
Are you considering asking your spouse or future spouse to sign a prenuptial or post-nuptial agreement? Call us at 813-672-1900 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Tampa divorce lawyer to discuss your case.
Marital settlement agreements finalize the decisions agreed upon in your divorce, and encompass all issues, including:
- Property and debt division
- Child support and child custody
- Alimony & spousal maintenance
Paternity settlement agreements or parenting plans finalize the decisions made regarding children issues if the parents are not married, including child support as well as child custody and visitation.
Mediation agreements are negotiated at mediation for divorce, paternity actions or modification actions.
Modification agreements finalize post judgment issues agreed upon by the parties.
Prenuptial agreements and post-marital agreements are often used to protect pre-marital property. Florida is not a community property state; therefore, property owned by one spouse prior to marriage often remains the sole property of that spouse upon dissolution of marriage. However, disputes often arise regarding property or funds which were premarital, such as the other spouse was added to a premarital Deed or account. Furthermore, a pre or post-marital agreement can be used to protect ones future assets such as pension plans (private and military), IRAs, 401(k)s from the other partner, as well as determining whether or not to provide alimony if divorce and the terms alimony will be provided. An enforceable prenuptial or post-marital agreement can save time and attorney fees and ensure your rights are protected.
Contact Experienced Tampa Family Law Lawyers
If you have questions regarding prenuptial or post-nuptial agreements contact the law firm of All Family Law Group, P.A. We provide a free initial consultation, accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express, etc, and charge reasonable and competitive rates. We have a team of attorneys and legal staff committed to providing to you the best representation possible.
Our main office is conveniently located in the Riverview/Brandon area on Highway 301 South directly off of Interstate 75, near the intersection of Bloomingdale Avenue and we have a satellite office in Hyde Park which is minutes from the Crosstown Expressway, as well as other offices throughout Tampa Bay. Contact our firm by e-mail or call 813-672-1900. We will respond at our earliest opportunity!