Pre-Nuptial/Post-Nuptial

Texas Pre-Nuptial/Post-Nuptial Agreements

Much like in a business partnership, marriage is a contract a couple enters into that is focused on growth and success. Whether it is prenuptial or postnuptial, a martial agreement can offer peace of mind that allows a couple to address any individual considerations that may require protection as part of their marriage plans.

If you would like to discuss the possibility your marriage can benefit from a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, contact Dax Garvin. For years, he has assisted clients throughout central Texas with their family law and divorce concerns.

Prenuptial Agreements

The Garvin Law firm provides legal advice to clients that can help them make informed decisions that impact their future. While not every couple needs a prenuptial agreement, one or both people may have either financial considerations or family issues that require special attention before marriage. He is available to address such premarital concerns related to:

• The need for a prenuptial agreement

• Reviewing or drafting agreements

• Owning a business

• A lucrative career

• Significant monetary assets

• Inherited wealth

• Children or grandchildren from previous marriages

Postnuptial Agreements

In addition to prenuptial agreements, Dax also addresses legal concerns couples and families can face after marriage. A postnuptial agreement typically contains either amendments to a premarital agreement, or a document of similar legal content signed after a marriage has taken place. Couples may have the need for a postnuptial agreement in cases where they had no time before their wedding, or because afterwards they both come to understand that to protect assets, such an agreement is useful.

Marital Agreements in Texas

It is important for couples planning on getting married in Texas to be aware the law is specific about the timing of prenuptial agreements with regard to their validity. Not only is it wise to consult with a skilled attorney in plenty of time, it is also wise for a couple to retain separate lawyers who can evaluate the potential effects of an agreement on each individual.

What You Should Know Before You Call an Attorney

Know the truth behind such Texas family law myths involving divorce, asset division, community property, child custody and support, adoption, paternity, and other family law concerns.

Contact Dax Garvin Before or After Marriage

If you decide you need an enforceable martial agreement, contact me to schedule a FREE consultation with a seasoned prenuptial and postnuptial attorney. Dax will listen to your concerns and provide you with an honest evaluation of your case. Let Dax help put your mind at ease.