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Prenuptial Agreements

Last updated on May 15, 2023

Weddings are a joyous occasion designed to celebrate a couple. While many people see a marriage as the joining of two individuals, it is also the joining of two lives and two sets of finances. It is essential that you consult with a knowledgeable prenuptial agreement attorney if you and/or your soon-to-be spouse have assets you wish to be protected.

We at the Law Offices of Lisa A. Ruggieri, P.C., advise clients on all aspects of asset protection before a marriage becomes legal. Our firm is able to present clients with their prenuptial agreement options and explain what a prenup is and how it may be beneficial to you.

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For answers to your questions and concerns schedule an appointment with a Wellesley prenuptial agreements lawyer at the Law Offices of Lisa A. Ruggieri, P.C., today. Call 781-489-3759 or send an email message.

A prenuptial agreement is a document that sets out protection for your personal assets when you are entering into a marriage. This protection is designed to ensure that your property remains your property and is not divided in the event of a divorce. Many people see a prenuptial agreement as a negative sign that the marriage is already set to fail. This is not the way our firm sees these agreements at all. We believe a prenuptial agreement is important for anyone who holds assets to ensure that they will continue to be his or hers.

Our firm represents clients who are seeking to establish a prenuptial agreement, as well as negotiating for clients who are being presented with a prenuptial agreement by a soon-to-be spouse.

Postnuptial Agreements

If a prenuptial agreement was not signed before a marriage became legal, it is possible to create, negotiate and sign a postnuptial agreement. This is essentially the same type of agreement as a prenuptial agreement, but just signed after the wedding takes place. Though it is best to take action before the marriage is legal, our firm can walk you through the steps of creating a postnuptial agreement or negotiating one with your new spouse if one is presented to you for signing.

Contact A Wellesley Prenuptial Agreements Lawyer

Discuss your prenuptial agreement or other marital agreement options with an experienced attorney. Call the Law Offices of Lisa A. Ruggieri, P.C., at 781-489-3759, or send us an email to arrange a consultation.

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