Prenuptial agreements have a bad reputation because they were originally designed to protect the wealthy spouse. In Texas, prenuptial agreements are critical, even for parties who do not have assets. “Pre-nup” Is Not a Dirty Word, in fact it is one of the most loving ways you can commit to your partner.
Many spouses are afraid of having this conversation with their partners because they fear that the discussion will be taken as a sign of failure. On the contrary, Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements helps individuals understand how the assets are to be divided in the case of a divorce, ensure both spouses enter or continue the marriage with full disclosure, and minimize future conflict. In order to protect yourself and your spouse from potential financial issues in the event of a divorce, it is important to discuss a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement with an experienced attorney.
Rachel was very communicative and responsive from the very beginning! I felt very confident in her expertise in this area and she made it very easy for me to understand. I never would have made it through this arduous, emotional process without her as my partner was very difficult to work with, stubborn, ignorant and took everything personally. We almost didn't make it to the wedding had it not been for her persistence and negotiations with his lawyer. She worked hard to iron things out to help me get what I wanted and what was fair to me. I cannot thank her enough for her support and being so available, despite having a busy schedule. She really helped to get me through this agreement, and I look forward to working with her again on any family law matters!
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