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Prenuptial Agreements In Northern Virginia
Choose Graham Law Firm for Northern Virginia Prenuptial Agreements
Prenuptial agreements are a way to responsibly plan for your family’s future today. Prenuptial agreements are a way to plan for the unexpected that may arise in your future. Establishing how you and your future spouse feel about child rearing, individual debts, and disparity in income are a way to begin a marriage with openness with the help of our attorneys at Graham law Firm.
Residents of Arlington County, Fairfax County, Fauquier County, Loudoun County, and Prince William County trust Graham Law Firm for prenuptial agreements in Northern Virginia. Contact us today!
Reasons for Creating a Prenuptial Agreement
Though previously reserved only for the very wealthy, prenuptial agreements are now more commonplace among couples before marriage. This is due to couples coming to a marriage with additional assets—including money and property—as well as business acumen and the knowledge that a prenuptial agreement is in no way planning for divorce. Our Graham Law Firm mediation attorneys know that prenuptial agreements are a practical approach to the fact that a couple has no way of knowing what will happen in the future. A prenuptial agreement is for couples who want to have an agreement prepared and documented in writing for a variety of reasons.
Prenuptial agreements are commonly seen in these scenarios:
- If one spouse could stop working to care for future children
- If one or both spouses bring children from previous relationships to the marriage and want to ensure their assets go to their biological children after their deaths
- If only one spouse is a partial owner of a business
- If one spouse has significantly more assets
- If one spouse carries significantly more personal debt than the other
Graham Law Firm specializes in a collaborative practice that emphasizes thoroughness, planning for the future, and setting out your prenuptial agreement.
Northern Virginia Prenuptial Agreements
At Graham Law Firm, we stand beside you and ensure that you know your legal rights when family documents are being drafted. A prenuptial agreement is a legal document and, as such, must be undertaken freely; it cannot be coerced.
Prenuptial law changes frequently in the Commonwealth of Virginia, so it is in your best interest to have an accredited Graham Law Firm attorney work with you and your spouse to ensure that your wishes are acknowledged.
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Graham Law Firm and Prenuptial Agreements
With Graham Law Firm’s years of experience in family law, we are the firm to choose for working on your prenuptial agreement. You want to receive expert care, so seek out our mediation services.
Our award-winning practice is adept at handling prenuptial agreements and all aspects of family law. You want the right attorney at your side for your Northern Virginia division of assets, so get in touch with Graham Law Firm!
Call us at 703-687-6817 or fill out our contact form to schedule your consultation.
Arlington County (VA): Arlington & Crystal City
Fairfax County (VA): Annandale, Herndon, Laurel Hill, McLean, Reston, Tysons Corner & Vienna
Fauquier County (VA): Bealeton, Orlean & Warrenton
Loudoun County (VA): Ashburn, Leesburg, Purcellville & Sterling
Prince William County (VA): Gainesville, Lake Ridge & Woodbridge
Northern VA: City of Alexandria, Fairfax, Falls Church, Great Falls, Manassas, Manassas Park & Winchester