Hilton Head Island Prenuptial Agreement Attorney

Assisting Clients With Drafting Prenuptial Agreements in South Carolina

While the idea of getting married may be full of romance and happily ever after, the reality of marriage is often much different. While many marriages do last, they are not always happily ever after. As you approach marriage, you may have some concerns about what will happen if the marriage does not last or if the marriage does not turn out the way you hope.

At Clark & Stevens, P.A. we are experienced in drafting and reviewing prenuptial agreements. We can help you create a prenuptial agreement that protects your assets and your financial interests. We have offices in both North and South Carolina.

What Is a Prenuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement, or prenup, is a document that is prepared before a couple gets married. The prenup sets forth the rights and obligations of each party in the event of a divorce or dissolution of the marriage.

The most common reason for a prenuptial agreement is to protect a party's assets in the event of a divorce. A prenuptial agreement can also address other issues such as:

  • Spousal support in the event of a divorce
  • The division of property and debts in the event of a divorce
  • The responsibility for children and child support in the event of a divorce

A prenuptial agreement is a contract that is entered into before the marriage. It can state what each party owns and owes and what each party's rights and obligations are in the event of a divorce or dissolution of the marriage.

Why Consider a Prenuptial Agreement

There are many reasons why a couple may choose to get a prenuptial agreement. Some of the most common reasons include:

  • Protecting the assets of a party who earns a significantly higher income and does not want to be responsible for the other party if the marriage ends in divorce
  • Protecting the inheritance of children or other family members
  • Protecting the business interests of a party
  • Protecting a party's military pension

A prenuptial agreement can be used to protect your financial interests in the event of a divorce.

What Is Included in a Prenuptial Agreement?

Prenuptial agreements can include many different provisions. Some of the more common provisions include:

  • The division of property in the event of a divorce
  • The division of debts in the event of a divorce
  • The responsibility for children and child support in the event of a divorce
  • The support of the other party if the other party does not work
  • The right to either party's insurance benefits
  • The right of the other party to continue to use credit cards and charge accounts in the event of a divorce
  • The responsibility for debts incurred by either party during the marriage
  • The right of either party to continue to pursue his or her career or business interest

Prenuptial agreements can include many different provisions that address the parties' rights and obligations in the event of a divorce or dissolution of the marriage.

Contact Our Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer in Hilton Head Island Today

Drafting a prenuptial agreement can be a very complicated process, particularly for an agreement that is intended to protect the financial interests of one of the parties. An experienced attorney can help you protect your interests in the event of a divorce or dissolution of the marriage. An experienced attorney can help you draft a prenuptial agreement that addresses your specific needs and concerns.

We can help you draft a prenuptial agreement that addresses your specific needs and concerns. We have offices in both North and South Carolina. For a consultation with our Hilton Head Island pre-nup lawyer, contact us online or call us at (843) 258-5550.

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