Phoenix Premarital And Partnership Agreement Attorneys
A premarital agreement (also known as a prenuptial or antenuptial agreement) is a way to protect your financial interests and responsibilities before entering into a marriage. You may want to consider a prenuptial agreement if:
- You have accumulated significant assets prior to your marriage.
- You wish to resolve financial issues that are causing stress to you, your future spouse or your family.
- You have financial responsibilities to another person, such as a minor child or an aging parent.
A partnership agreement is basically a premarital agreement for two people who live together but do not intend to get married. Since there is no common-law marriage in Arizona, your unmarried partner might have no rights and no interest in your property (and vice versa) without a partnership agreement. In addition to unmarried couples, gay couples often draft partnership agreements to spell out financial arrangements before entering into a long-term relationship.
At DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC, we will help you analyze the costs and benefits of premarital and partnership agreements. We will help you create an agreement that draws on our lawyers‘ years of family law experience. Our goal is to help you obtain the result you want quickly, efficiently and economically. Contact us for all your family law needs.