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Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial Agreements

While the joyous period before a wedding is not a time when most couples consider a potential divorce, doing so can stave off the possibility of costly litigation in the event of divorce; it can also provide engaged couples with the confidence that everything will be “okay” in the event of divorce.  At Summers Family Law, we strongly advise clients who are contemplating marriage to consider a Prenuptial Agreement.

Put simply, a Prenuptial Agreement is a contract that fiancés enter into prior to marriage with the purpose of predetermining the division of property if the marriage ends in divorce. Additionally, a Prenuptial Agreement can set forth the amount of alimony (if any) that a spouse will receive in the event of divorce. Whereas only society’s most affluent would traditionally seek Prenuptial Agreements, they are now widely sought after by engaged couples from all socioeconomic spheres.

Attorney Summers is intimately familiar with Prenuptial Agreements and their intricacies. He drafts such agreements and advises clients who have been presented with them by their fiancés. Prior to entering into a Prenuptial Agreement, it is essential to retain the services of a competent attorney who will protect your rights.

Contact Summers Family Law today to schedule a free consultation.





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| Phone: 617.795.3000

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