Reno Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer
Nevada is a “community property state.” What does that mean for you? If your marital residence is in Nevada, the law presumes that all of your assets and debts should be split down the middle in the event of a divorce. To protect your assets and income from the community property system, you need an experienced family law attorney on your side.
At the Law Offices of Marta L. Presti, Attorney at Law in Reno, Nevada, I work closely with people to help them craft a prenuptial agreement that meets their needs, protects their assets and provides for their loved ones. Contact me to schedule an appointment.
Is a Prenuptial Agreement Right for You? Find Experienced, Assertive and Compassionate Representation at the Law Offices of Marta L. Presti.
While many people feel that a prenuptial agreement can take the romance out of marriage, and they may indeed not be right for every couple, it may be a helpful tool for protecting your interests and reducing financial stress and possible future discord. When drafted properly by an experienced lawyer, in a timely manner before the wedding, a prenuptial agreement can provide peace of mind for both parties, particularly those with significant assets or those entering a second or third marriage who want to protect their children.
Contrary to popular belief, a prenuptial agreement may be able to help you solidify the foundation of your marriage by eliminating much of the uncertainty. An agreement before the marriage or even one drafted afterwards can be used to clarify what property you and your spouse will consider community property. In the event that your relationship should end, having a clear property agreement in place can help eliminate some of the acrimony and costs involved in divorce.
The Harsh Reality of Living in A Community Property State
Even if you went out and earned it, it may still only be half yours; that is the reality of being married in a community property state. A prenuptial agreement can help you protect assets and set terms for the division of property or payment of alimony; if you believe your upcoming marriage could benefit from an agreement, call (775) 624-5845 or e-mail my Reno law office to schedule an appointment.