Careful Planning For Your Future

Prenuptial, or premarital, agreements are often misunderstood. It is true that they can protect one partner's assets in the event of divorce. However, they can also serve as a shield against another spouse's debts should a divorce occur.

Prenuptial agreements are also useful for protecting assets even when there is no divorce. At the Law Offices of James V. Sansone, we can help you carefully draft an agreement that will best suit your present and future needs.

An Agreement Tailored To Fit Your Unique Needs

No two partnerships are the same. Similarly, no two premarital agreements should be the same. The legal team at our firm will not rely on a standardized, one-size-fits-all document when it comes to crafting an agreement. We feel that your agreement should be customized to meet your unique needs.

Our experienced founding attorney, James V. Sansone, will carefully review all of the assets and debts in question before crafting an agreement. We will also take time to listen to your goals and wants.

While it is not legally necessary for another lawyer to review the document, if you are being asked to sign a prenuptial agreement it is strongly encouraged that you seek the advice of outside counsel. Similarly, we are available to review agreements and provide our legal advice if you have been asked to enter into a premarital agreement in California.

Get Counsel And Direction Before You Tie The Knot

Marriage agreements are complicated documents that require extensive accounting of all assets and debts that are to be considered. If you end up divorcing, you will not know when that will occur and your circumstances may require ongoing counsel so you ensure that you are appropriately protecting your assets.

Be sure that you seek qualified legal help before creating or entering into such an agreement. Contact our firm online or call 707-623-1875 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.