Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer in Texas

The most common reason for a couple to enter into a prenuptial agreement — sometimes called a marital property agreement — is a significant disparity between their financial circumstances at the time of marriage. Other reasons may include either party’s serious debt load or desire to provide for children from a prior marriage. When such a contract is formed during a marriage, it is sometimes called a postnuptial agreement.

A Proven Trial Attorney Experienced In Evaluating And Challenging Prenups

At The Law Office of J. Kevin Clark P.C. in Fort Worth, we draft marital agreements or counsel men and women who are evaluating them. More often, attorney Kevin Clark is called upon to evaluate whether a prenuptial agreement, or postnuptial agreement can be enforced or nullified in divorce proceedings.

Is Your Marital Agreement Valid And Enforceable In Fort Worth Texas?

“Prenups and postnups” establish terms for the distribution of property, assets and debts should a couple divorce. There are some things they can lawfully address, and others that they may not. Important considerations include:

If you are considering or preparing for divorce and have a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in place, you need an experienced divorce attorney. Not only does Kevin Clark have more than 30 years of experience, but he is also well connected to accountants and other professionals who may prove invaluable in your case.

For a review of your marital agreement or counsel on divorce & your finances, call 817-348-6723 or email our firm in Tarrant County. We will respond as promptly as possible and prioritize your case.