Jefferson County Prenuptial and Postnuptial Lawyer
Thinking About or Ready to Get Married and Looking for a Golden Area Prenuptial Attorney or Already Married and Looking for a Postnuptial Law Firm That Works for Both of You So You Can Build A Foundation for Your Successful, Healthy Marriage?
When to Get a Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreement
The main benefit of a postnuptial agreement is to keep any property you owned before the marriage as non-marital and separate from property acquired during the marriage. Over time, assets tend to shift around and get commingled, and the postnuptial agreement will help document the non-marital assets.
Why Choose The Drake Law Firm?
- Highly Reviewed & Rated – Superb rating by respected legal website Avvo, and highly rated on Google. See some of our client reviews below.
- Proven Track Record of Success at Trial – While often the goal is to avoid trial, when we take a case into court, we are proud of our high success rate even when the odds are stacked against us.
- Responsive – We pride ourselves on fast response times when communicating with our clients. We will never let your questions or concerns go unaddressed.
- No Case Is Too Difficult or Complex – This is where our firm’s experience and depth of knowledge come into play. No matter how difficult your case may seem, we fight for you and pursue your best results with tenacity.
- Straight Shooters –Creating an enforceable marital agreement is critical. If it isn’t enforceable, the judge can throw it out when the marriage ends. Thus, your agreement must be in writing, and both parties must voluntarily sign it. In addition, both sides must exchange financial disclosures and have the ability to discuss the document with a prenup or postnuptial agreements lawyer. You can count on us to give you the honest (sometimes hard) truth about what to expect on the road ahead so that you can be prepared in every way possible.
- Because Your Family and Happiness Are at Stake – When you enter into a marriage, you expect it to last forever. However, you also realize that life can change in an instant, and there might come a time when you decide to part ways. If that happens, you want it to be as easy as possible. That’s where a prenup or postnuptial agreement can help. These marriage agreements allow you to protect your property and interests in the case of divorce. Then, you can feel secure in your marriage.
- Caring & Compassionate (truly) – We have a personal connection to divorce and family law matters. We know what you’ve been through, and we care about your well-being. You are more than just a legal matter.
- Personalized Attention – We understand and respect that every client’s needs are unique. We treat all of our clients with the attention they deserve.
- We Keep You Updated – We know transparency is important to you. We want you to know what’s happening with your case at all points in the process.
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Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
There are specific requirements that must be adhered to for executing the prenuptial agreement before the wedding date for the agreement to be valid. These requirements are set forth in Colorado’s Uniform Premarital Agreement Act. Our family law attorneys will help you create a document tailored to your specific situation that can save time and legal fees in the event of a divorce.
- Alimony award limitations or exclusions to prevent expensive litigation in the event of a divorce
- Penalties and attorney’s fees awards in the event the agreement is challenged by the spouse
- Specific asset distributions to avoid a judge dividing assets unsatisfactorily
- Assets earmarked for children, especially from a prior marriage
- Division of assets in the event of separation with no divorce
We understand that people in different situations have different needs and concerns, and we help them find their way.
Creating, or even discussing, a postnuptial agreement with your spouse is not an admission that your marriage will end in divorce. However, knowing that divorce is a reality for over fifty (50) percent of married couples can help the two of you come to the table in a reasonable, professional manner to consider such an agreement. Perhaps you have precious non-marital assets that need protecting. Maybe you just want to hammer out a fair deal on alimony while you and your spouse are both of rational minds.
Divorces involving individuals with high net worth can be more complicated than most, which is why you should retain a Colorado family law attorney with experience in representing business owners, public figures, and other higher-income clients. We can help you draft a legally valid prenup that can preserve your wealth if the relationship doesn’t turn out to be forever. Do not despair if you married without a prenuptial agreement, as we can also assist with drafting postnuptial agreements.
Client Reviews– The Drake Law Firm
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“very professional and worth every penny,” “incredibly professional and delivered documents in a timely manner,” “highly recommend working with Marie and her team,” “attentive, professional, and extremely competent in dealing with my unique situation,” “outstanding experience,” “very professional and looked for out of the box ways to help me with my case,” “professional, upbeat, responsible, and a pleasure to work,” “always felt she had my best interest at heart,” “very thorough and considerate of my needs, and listened very well to represent me,” “highly recommend and the firm got the work done in a timely fashion,” “kind, reasonable, and a pleasure to work with,”, “Marie is a blessing,” “very responsive and is always there when I need her most”
If these things are what you are looking for in a law firm then contact us to see how we can help you and your family.
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We welcome your questions and want to understand your situation to help you move forward and achieve the peace of mind that comes with having everything done properly and efficiently. Call our law office at (303) 261-8111(303) 261-8111 with questions, a description of your situation to see if we can assist, or to schedule a consultation. Or you may simply fill out the form above on this page. Your form will be directly emailed to our office and you can expect a reply within 1 business day and often within hours the same day. All information you share is confidential.