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Considering a Prenup? Here are 5 Surprising Benefits to Note

A prenuptial agreement can be a tricky topic to bring up, but it’s important to remember that both you and your future spouse benefit when there is a prenuptial agreement in place prior to the marriage. In order to broach the subject with ease, consider offering these surprising benefits as a reason why you should contact a Tampa divorce lawyer right away to draft one:

A Prenup Forces You to Have Important Conversations Prior to Marriage

When you work with your Tampa divorce lawyer to draft a prenuptial agreement, you will have to ask yourself and each other many questions. These questions will spark vital conversations that some couples never have until it’s too late. An open and honest discussion can help you better understand each other and start your marriage on a more positive note.

A Prenup Can Protect You Both From Each Other’s Debts

Depending on the state in which you reside and the debt that you are bringing into the marriage, a prenuptial agreement can be a critical tool that you can use to protect each other from a mountain of debt in the event of a divorce. You can outline plans in a prenuptial agreement for circumstances in which a spouse will be reimbursed for paying the other’s debts during the marriage. You also can outline a clause in which a debt-free spouse will not be held liable for the existing debts that the other party brings into the marriage.

A Prenup Can Protect You Both From Fluctuating Laws

Tax and marriage laws are known to change, which can have an impact on how your assets are divided in the event of a divorce. By putting a prenuptial agreement in place prior to the marriage, you and your spouse will be protected from future changes that could potentially have a detrimental impact on the divorce proceedings.

A Prenup Will Ensure That Assets are Divided by You and Not the Courts

In your prenuptial agreement, you and your spouse will determine how to best divide your assets in the event of a divorce. This means that your assets — including financial wealth and family heirlooms — will not be tossed around by the courts during your divorce proceedings.

When pitching the idea of a prenuptial agreement, your fiance will likely be much more agreeable when you promote the benefits of this legal document. A qualified Tampa divorce lawyer can help you both draft a prenup that you will feel comfortable with, which will allow you to enter into your new marriage with confidence.

For more information about the benefits of a prenuptial agreement, contact our law firm to set up a consultation with a qualified Tampa divorce lawyer today.

Damien Mckinney

If you have questions for a Tampa divorce lawyer, or are unaware of the terms and conditions of a Tampa divorce, talk to, and retain, a family law attorney who can help. Contact Damien McKinney of The McKinney Law Group to discuss your case further. He can be reached by phone at 813-906-0048 or by e-mail at [email protected]