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Protecting Your Rights & Assets for the Future

Prenuptial agreements, also known as premarital agreements, have become common as an establishment of what will happen to the property and assets of a couple should their marriage end in divorce or death. As such, they provide protection for the parties involved, which is especially relevant in second marriages and for parties who bring children from a previous union into the mix. These agreements need to be drafted and finalized according to North Carolina law in order to be valid and enforceable.

You may be doubtful as to whether or not such an agreement should be done. What are the pros and cons of such an agreement? At Rech Law, P.C., our Charlotte prenuptial agreement attorneys can provide you with a legal perspective on what such a document can do specifically for you, its benefits, its possible drawbacks, and how to avoid any pitfalls when drafting it. We are fully versed in the laws and procedure of creating a prenuptial agreement that will stand up in court should it ever be needed. As a full-service family law firm, we have a strong track record of successful legal advocacy and client satisfaction in the Charlotte area.

Contact a Charlotte prenuptial agreement lawyer at (704) 659-0007 or by submitting our online form today.

North Carolina Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements require full disclosure on the part of both parties regarding their finances and assets. Without this, the agreement may be found to be invalid in court.

These agreements protect the sole and separate property that you own prior to the marriage. This means that you have the legal right to do with it as you see fit, such as rent, sell, transfer, or otherwise dispose of it without incurring any consequences in regards to your spouse or your spouse’s children. These agreements can also protect you from the debts your spouse may bring into the marriage or incur during it.

Prenuptial agreements cannot dictate the following:

  • Child custody or visitation matters;
  • Child support;
  • Alimony in the event of a divorce;
  • Daily household matters; or
  • Anything that is prohibited by law.

Those who commonly consider establishing a prenuptial agreement include:

  • Parties with children from a previous marriage;
  • Parties with an established estate plan that they wish to have upheld;
  • Parties with substantial assets or investments;
  • Parties with a successful business; or
  • Parties concerned about their fiancé(e)’s debts

Are Prenups Enforceable in North Carolina?

Prenuptial agreements must be written and signed by both future spouses in North Carolina. It is mandatory by the state to follow the Uniform Prenuptial Agreement Act for all formal requirements and will not take effect until the couple gets married.

Let a Charlotte Prenuptial Agreement Attorney Advise You

Whether your assets coming into the marriage are sizable or negligible, a prenuptial agreement can provide honesty and transparency as to all of the financial matters which may occur in your future. Rech Law can provide full guidance on this issue to help legally prepare and protect you should your marriage end.

Contact us at (704) 659-0007 today.


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