Nashville-Area Prenuptial Agreements Lawyer
The idea that prenuptial agreements are “divorce planning” tools is, frankly, a misconception. In reality, prenuptial agreements are effective estate planning tools.
At the Ewing Law Office LLC, we can help you develop a prenuptial agreement to protect your assets and make your decisions clear about how you would like your property distributed in the event of death or incapacity.
Contact us today to discuss why a prenuptial agreement may be valuable for you. We represent clients in Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Sumner, and Wilson counties and throughout Middle Tennessee.
|Why Hire a Family Law Attorney||Why do I need a lawyer?|
|Prenuptial Agreements are not always what they seem||Who needs a prenuptial agreement?
Will it be enforced in a divorce?
Prenuptial Agreements for Second Marriages
A prenuptial agreement can be a smart estate planning options for those who are entering into second marriages. For instance, you may already have minor or adult children when you remarry, and a prenuptial agreement can protect the inheritance rights of those existing children.
A carefully crafted prenuptial agreement can help eliminate the possibility of probate dispute between the children of your first marriage and your second spouse. Prenuptial agreements are also commonly used when there is a significant disparity in assets between the two people entering into the marriage.
Some Benefits of Prenuptial Agreements
Prenuptial agreements are sometimes viewed as cynical and counter to a loving relationship. Attorney Lisa Millican Ewing wholeheartedly disagrees with that notion. Setting up a prenuptial agreement can be a loving gesture. It removes the money element from a marriage, allowing the union to be about what is most important — love.
Prenuptial agreements can serve other purposes, as well. They can protect the valuable assets individuals owned before getting married, including:
- 401(k) plans, pensions, and savings plans
- Insurance policies
- Real estate ventures
- Family-owned businesses
We develop effective prenuptial agreements that help eliminate the need to worry about future financial issues. Ms. Ewing works closely with each client to understand their individual needs and goals, then clearly outlines how assets will be distributed in the event the marriage ends or one spouse becomes incapacitated or dies.
If you have questions regarding prenuptial agreements and premarital planning, contact attorney Ewing. She is experienced in working with clients to determine their full wishes regarding prenuptial agreements and drafting binding documents serving the interests of both parties.
We offer initial phone consultations as well as same-day, evening, and weekend appointments at our office, which is conveniently located one block from the Davidson County historic courthouse. We charge reasonable rates and accept credit cards for our services.