Prenuptial Agreements Attorneys in Michigan
Build Your Marriage on Security & Clarity with a Prenup
Prenuptial agreements are contracts between two spouses that is used to address their property rights or obligations if the marriage ends in divorce. A prenuptial is created before a couple gets married to separate their assets, but a postnuptial agreement is drafted after a couple is married. A complete prenuptial agreement is enforceable in a divorce in Michigan.
If you are interested in creating a prenuptial agreement, the lawyers at American Divorce Association for Men can help you. We have over 30 years of experience representing men from bias in the courtroom. No matter your particular situation, our Michigan prenuptial agreement attorneys are here to answer your questions and handle any concerns you may have.
Who Can Get a Prenuptial Agreement in Michigan?
Michigan family courts consider all property obtained, earned, or accumulated during the marriage to be the property of both spouses. Prenuptial agreements are beneficial because it helps people in a relationship protect their assets in the event of a divorce. Doing so may prevent serious headaches in the future. If you and your spouse plan on creating a prenup, then it is vital to have an experienced attorney guide you through the process. The court won’t approve any agreement, unless it follows specific guidelines.
A prenuptial agreement must meet the following requirements:
- It must be fair and equitable to both spouses
- Both spouses must voluntarily enter into agreement
- Both spouses must fully disclose their property and assets
- The agreement must be signed by both spouses
Benefits of a Getting a Prenup
Legally, a marriage is a contract between two people that establishes legal rights and obligations to each other. Should those legal rights and obligations be dissolved in an unexpected future divorce, it’s important to have a prenuptial agreement in place to protect your assets and property.
Why is a Prenuptial Agreement a Good Idea?
- It protects your individual property
- It defines what property is considered marital property, including joint business assets
- It establishes your estate plan
- It clearly outlines procedures for future matters, such as divorce or death
Contact Our Michigan Prenuptial Agreement Lawyers Today!
If you are interested in creating a prenuptial agreement in Michigan, contact our prenup attorneys from the American Divorce Association for Men. Our legal team has over 30 years of experience helping men all throughout Michigan. We understand how important it is to protect your assets for the future, that is why we work tirelessly to ensure that you and your spouse create an agreement that would be valid in the event of a divorce. ADAM has been protecting men from unfair bias in the courts since 1988, which means we are equipped to guide you through your prenup. We are also proud to represent clients in Oakland, Macomb, Wayne, Livingston, Washtenaw, Monroe, Lapeer & St. Clair Counties.
Contact our Michigan prenuptial agreement attorneys today for a free case review!