In a recent blog post, we discussed how important it is to make sure that you are ready for marriage before you say "I do." One of the points that we touched on was how important it is for some people to have a premarital agreement before the big day. This isn't something that can happen right before you walk down the aisle. Instead, it has to be carefully planned and presented in a way that will render it enforceable if the time comes.
We know that you might have some questions and concerns that you want to address before your big day. We can help you to learn about any aspect of family law that you need help with. Even if you are already married, there are certain things that you might be able to do if you want to protect your interests just in case things don't work out.
As much as it might upset you to think about these things, they are realities of life. We can help you as you work to protect your assets and ensure that you aren't taken to the cleaners if you do end up getting divorced.
If you don't have a premarital agreement and are facing a divorce, we can help you to learn about what you might be able to do during the property division process. We can also help you to learn about child custody matters and child support so that you can prepare for those. You shouldn't try to run from your legal issues because they probably aren't going to go away until you face them.