Fort Lauderdale Premarital Agreements Attorney

Fort Lauderdale Premarital Agreement Lawyer | Broward County Prenuptial Agreement Attorney | Florida Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer

Premarital agreements are agreements made in contemplation of a marriage. These agreements can limit rights and obligations of a marriage. The Fort Lauderdale Law Firm of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman recognizes that marriage is a big commitment. Life always carries uncertainties. A premarital agreement can help provide some structure of what to expect in the unfortunate event of a divorce.

Negotiation and communication which are the foundation of a healthy marriage work well in preparing a premarital agreement. The Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. represents clients' best interest in Broward County and Palm Beach County, Florida while offering suggestions beyond the "all or nothing" approach, which can alleviate everyone's concerns. For example, a couple may know that they want to have children and the future wife will stop working until the children are in elementary school. The groom-to-be may be concerned about paying alimony if the marriage does not succeed and the bride-to-be may be concerned about leaving her employment. There are numerous options beyond a complete waiver of alimony / spousal support. Options can include a designation of a predetermined amount of years of marriage required before the wife can request alimony; alimony can be waived unless a child is born to the marriage; a predetermined amount and/or type of alimony can be established based on specific pre-determined criteria; and/or a designated housing allowance can be pre-established. If you are considering marriage and either you or your future spouse desire a prenuptial agreement, contact the Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. to review your options to protect your assets and future interests. Rebekah Brown Wiseman

Postnuptial agreements are agreements made during the duration of the marriage which can define certain rights and obligations in the event of a divorce. In these agreements, parties can define their marital and separate properties, their liabilities and their rights and obligations for support provisions. Parties have a wide array of reasons to desire a postnuptial agreement and each agreement is customized at the Law Firm of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. taking into consideration the particular needs of the client. For example, one spouse may have a gambling problem and the other spouse may want financial security. A postnuptial agreement can be the resolution to this predicament. If you are married and considering either a postnuptial agreement and or a divorce in Broward County or Palm Beach County, Florida contact the Fort Lauderdale Law Office of Rebekah Brown-Wiseman, P.A. for a consultation.