Q: What is a Prenuptial Agreement? Do I need one?A:
A Prenuptial Agreement allows an individual to protect his or her premarital assets in the event of a divorce. In some cases these agreements are helpful to protect large sums of cash assets, business assets or inheritances from becoming accessible for division during divorce proceedings.
Q: What is Guardianship?A:
During Guardianship proceedings a court appoints an individual to protect an otherwise incapacitated party during a period of disability. A Guardianship is often helpful in preventing challenges in the future stemming from events associated with the disability. There are Guardianships protecting both property and persons.
Q: Can I change or modify the custody agreement after my divorce?A:
Yes. If things have changed since your divorce and you believe it to be in the best interest of your children’s health and safety that a change in custody occur – contact an attorney experienced in Family Law to ensure your children’s best interests are protected.
Q: How will hiring an attorney increase the likelihood of a favorable outcome?A:
An attorney who is experienced in Family Law and who knows the intricacies of the system can help to ensure matters pertaining you and your family are fully protected and executed in accordance with your wishes.