Southwest Florida Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreement Attorneys

Asset preservation is not just for the wealthy. Your family's needs are important to our firm, and we understand that when a change happens you will have questions which need answers and concerns that need to be addressed. You can rely on Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan, PLLC, to educate you about the protection that premarital and postnuptial agreements can afford you.

Prenuptial Agreements

Florida is a no-fault divorce state which makes it difficult to determine how assets are to be divided when the standard is equitable distribution, not necessarily a 50/50 split. It is understandable that engaged couples may not feel comfortable discussing the topic of divorce; however, the process of devising a prenuptial agreement can help initiate difficult, necessary conversations around finances and family planning. It also promotes transparency between the parties, since full disclosure of assets and liabilities is required when entering into these agreements.

Ideally, prenuptial agreements are signed well in advance of the intended date of marriage. It is also common for these agreements to have provisions relating to the death of the parties, so they can protect an individual's assets and preserve them for their heirs.

Postnuptial Agreements

Postnuptial agreements are entered into after a marriage and can also serve as addendums to a prenuptial as an added layer of protection to reinforce the prenuptial itself.
Our team at Aloia, Roland, Lubell & Morgan, PLLC, is committed to providing you with counsel regarding the protection these types of agreements can provide to you. Our Fort Myers family law attorneys will provide an objective analysis of your situation and develop a strategy that is in your best interest. Here are some examples of assets you may want to protect:

• Family-owned business
• Family heirlooms
• Equity in your home that was earned solely by your contribution before marriage or cohabitation

Honest and Straightforward Legal Advice

When our clients come to us, they often have many questions about the issues involved in their situation. We understand that you will have questions about negotiating and drafting a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement and that you want honest advice from a skilled attorney. Our Fort Myers family law attorneys will provide an objective analysis of your situation and agree upon a strategy that is in your best interest.

Contact Our Experienced Attorneys

To speak to one of our family lawyers, please call 239-603-6143 or 800-724-7902. We can also be reached online. Consultations can be scheduled at either our Fort Myers or Cape Coral, Florida, office.