Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are contracts that determine each spouse's rights in the event of divorce. They generally address the important issues of property division and alimony. For example, they may drastically limit one spouse's right to the real property, financial assets, earnings, and retirement accounts of the other. They may also eliminate a spouse's right to alimony.

Because these agreements have an extremely important impact on the outcome of divorce proceedings, they often become the central focus of divorce cases. Specifically, high-stakes disputes often arise surrounding whether the agreement should be upheld or struck down. The outcome of such a dispute can dramatically shape both spouses' financial outlook for the future.

Legal And Financial Acumen • More Than 30 Years Of Experience

At the law firm of Matthew Lane & Associates, P.A., in Palm Beach County, we are familiar with the errors and lack of clarity that make prenuptial and postnuptial agreements vulnerable when they are challenged in court. As skilled Florida trial attorneys, we have extensive experience defending and challenging the enforceability of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. We are well versed in the current Florida family law statutes and the ever-evolving case law in these high-stakes matters.

Our firm is founded on a commitment to excellence in client service. We take pride in bringing the highest degree of excellence, sophistication, and integrity to the practice of matrimonial law.

Contact Our Prenuptial And Postnuptial Litigation Lawyer

You may contact Matthew Lane & Associates, P.A., at 561-328-1095 to arrange an initial consultation. We will provide you with an initial consultation within twenty-four hours of the time that you call.

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