Deciding whether to execute a premarital or post-marital agreement is a hard decision to make but can have a substantial impact on a person’s financial situation following a divorce. Texas is a community property state; without a premarital or post-marital agreement, the presumption in Texas is that everything owned by the Parties is community property and subject to division between the parties. In order to protect you and your children’s interests in property, you should fully consider the ramifications of a premarital or post-marital agreement. We can discuss your options and implications of having an agreement in place versus foregoing such agreements to decide what is best for your future depending on your long-term goals. You should not sign a premarital or post-marital agreement before having it evaluated by a family law specialist. Don’t get bogged down. Let us handle the details.
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