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Preparing to sign a prenuptial agreement

On Behalf of | Jul 23, 2016 | Prenuptial Agreements |

When it comes to prenuptial agreements, there are a wide variety of factors you may want to take into consideration before signing. For example, you may want to ensure that your property will be protected if circumstances change unexpectedly in the future or you could be hesitant to sign the contract in the first place. At Fried & Fried, P.A., our law firm understands how stressful prenups can be for people who are planning on tying the knot in Lee County, and cities across the state of Florida.

While marriage may present a number of concerns and stressful situations, such as wedding preparations, it is pivotal to cover every base beforehand. If you are getting ready to sign a prenup, make sure that your interests are protected and the contract addresses any potential worries or problem areas that may arise in the future. It is crucial to make sure each party has enough time to evaluate all of the terms and that there is no coercion with regard to signing prenups.

Sometimes, people may have a negative opinion of prenuptial agreements based on something they have heard from their friends or seen on television. However, prenups can provide a number of benefits for couples, such as a sense of stability and trust. On the other hand, some people sign unfair prenuptial agreements or are pressured into signing a contract that isn’t legitimate. If you have dealt with this, you should review your rights at once.

If you visit the section of our site devoted to prenuptial agreements, you can read more on various factors to consider regarding premarital contracts.

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