The decision to hire a prenuptial agreement attorney is not one that couples make lightly. Everyone wants to believe that love is eternal and marriages last forever. But the simple truth is that many marriages don’t last. And when they do, the parties are usually glad they worked with a prenuptial agreement attorney upfront. Here are four benefits to strongly consider:
Make Important Decisions about Assets
The division of property is one of the most complicated and contentious aspects of divorce. When you work with a prenuptial agreement attorney, important decisions about who receives what get prepared in advance. Plus, both parties are not angry or upset and can make reasonable decisions. That helps to resolve a lot of the bitterness that develops during a divorce.
Reduce the Complexity of Divorce
In even the best cases a divorce is a complicated process that requires a lot of time and potentially a lot of money. Most parties just want to put the marriage behind them and move on, but a messy divorce makes that a lot harder to do. A prenuptial agreement attorney can help couples make divorce decisions in advance so that in the unfortunate event that a marriage dissolves, there is a lot less hostile negotiation.
Save a lot of Money
As we have already noted, divorce is expensive. And since the process is a very emotional and frankly irrational one, it leads a lot of people to make unwise financial decisions. They end up giving away more than they should or wasting money on petty squabbles. Making decisions in advance with the help of a prenuptial agreement attorney contributes to minimizing or eliminate a lot of expenses later on.
Promote Financial Harmony
A prenuptial agreement attorney can strengthen a marriage by encouraging both parties to make important financial decisions before tying the knot. That way, when they are living with shared finances, they do not need to make worry or have heated arguments. A lot of the issues that lead to conflicts become resolved.
If you think that a conversation with a prenuptial agreement attorney would be a prudent choice for you and your future spouse, call The Law Offices of Howe and Garside, LTD. at(401) 841-5700.