Prenuptial Agreement

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Prenuptial Agreement Attorneys in Delaware & Central Ohio

Prenuptial Agreement specialists with over 59 years of experience.

One of the most misunderstood areas of family law is the value that prenuptial agreements can have for couples who want to be on the same page before entering into marriage. Learning about these legal instruments from a knowledgeable attorney can help you make wise decisions and bring much needed peace of mind.

Ohio family law and prenuptial agreement attorney, Linda Lawrence is a Certified Specialist in Family Relations Law and the founder of Lawrence Law Firm with offices in Columbus and Delaware, Ohio. This additional level of experience and certification provides our clients with the security of knowing they are working with a specialist in all areas of family relations law in Ohio. A prenuptial agreement can help couples with all types of issues, including:

  • Protecting children from previous marriages in terms of inheritance rights and other issues
  • Clarifying if there are specific assets that should remain separate property, including investment accounts, personal property or other items that should be excluded from property division if a divorce occurs
  • Preserving business stability for a company you own or have an interest in if a marriage should end
  • If one person has considerable debt, the other person can articulate terms that will prevent his or her assets from being used to satisfy those debts

Not only can a prenuptial agreement help couples improve communication skills, but it can help ensure that everyone is on the same page before entering into marriage. This can strengthen the bond between a couple and help calm children or other relatives who may be worried about certain issues. A prenuptial agreement can also go a long way toward preventing acrimony if a marriage does unfortunately end.

Our lawyers take the time to learn all about your relationships and your needs. We will explain what can and cannot be included in a prenup and help you execute an agreement that accomplishes your goals.

At our offices in Delaware and Columbus, we recognize the need to find amicable solutions to your family law matters. We see negotiation, mediation and a collaborative approach as alternatives to the emotional and financial costs of litigation. A prenuptial agreement can go a long way toward preventing animosity and going to court.


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Contact Us with Questions on Prenuptial Agreements in Ohio

We offer a client-driven approach to protect your rights and your children’s best interests at every turn possible. With offices in Delaware and in Columbus, our attorneys work with clients on prenuptial agreements in the following cities and counties: New Albany, Westerville, Worthington, Powell, Dublin, Lewis Center, Shawnee Hills, Hilliard, Upper Arlington, Marysville, Sunbury, Ostrander, Waldo, Plain City, Centerburg, Franklin County, Delaware County, Marion County, Morrow County, Union County and Knox County.Contact our Ohio family law firm today to schedule a confidential consultation. Visa and MasterCard are accepted. Call us today at (614) 228-3664.

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