Making Prenuptial Agreements Work For You
Prenuptial agreements are also known as antenuptial agreements. They give people the opportunity to set forth how important issues will be decided in the event their marriage results in a divorce. Matters like property division and alimony can be decided before the emotional and adversarial aspects of divorce come into play.
In Maryland, the law office of Stuart C. Axilbund, Attorney at Law, represents clients dealing with a wide range of divorce and family law issues. With nearly 30 years of experience, attorney Stuart C. Axilbund provides counsel and advice to clients prior to marriage, helping them determine whether a prenuptial agreement would support their best interests.
Why Consider A Prenuptial Agreement?
Prenuptial agreements can be useful tools for clients who are bringing significant personal assets into the marriage, who are remarrying and who will accumulate assets together during the marriage.
By making your rights and responsibilities clear prior to getting married, you can save yourself much time and money in resolving disputes later. Mr. Axilbund is experienced at identifying strategies and options that further the client’s goals. He looks at each client’s current situation and considers his or her long-term goals in planning the most effective methods of protecting clients’ interests.
Postnuptial agreements are similar to prenuptial agreements but are prepared after the marriage. They can be used to address property division rights, alimony, protecting assets acquired prior to the marriage, protecting assets for children and sheltering one person from the debts of the other.
If you are interested in exploring your options with a pre- or postnuptial agreement, the law office of Stuart C. Axilbund, Attorney at Law, can assist you.
Plan Ahead And Protect Your Assets With A Marital Agreement
A prenuptial agreement does not mean you will get divorced. It is simply a smart way to protect your assets in the event something happens. To further discuss your prenuptial or postnuptial agreement needs with Mr. Axilbund, call 410-670-8425 or contact the firm online and schedule a consultation. Appointments are available between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., with evening hours by request.
The firm’s office is located within a few blocks of the Baltimore County Circuit courts. Free parking is provided. Credit cards – Visa and MasterCard – both are accepted. German translation is available.