Central Florida Marital Agreement Lawyers
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There are various types of marital agreements which a couples may utilize to either protect themselves and their assets or to resolve family law issues.
In order for a marital agreement to be utilized effectively, it highly advised that you contact an experienced legal counsel to professionally guide you through the legal process.
The most common types of marital agreements utilized are:
- Premarital / Prenuptial agreements: A pre-marital agreement is a legal contract that is created and signed before the marriage. The purpose of a pre-marital agreement is to prevent any problems or disputes over property and support that could occur in the future or upon divorce. Pre-marital agreements may be especially important for those people who have accumulated substantial assets prior to marrying or who have children from a prior relationship.
- Marital settlement agreements: A post-marital agreement is a legal contract that is created and signed after a marriage . It is also called a marital settlement agreement or property settlement agreement. Generally, marital agreements provide circumstances for payment of support, division of property and debts, child custody, child support, parenting plans, visitation, and/or timesharing.
- Marital separation agreements: Marital separation agreements are written contracts between a husband and wife entering into the divorce process. Marital separation agreements can be drawn up when a couple first decides to split up or during official divorce proceedings. Marital separation agreements are often called property settlement agreements. This is because marital separation agreements are contracts which specify how property is to be divided, how alimony and/or custody will be paid (when applicable) and to spell out other legal rights during the dissolution of marriage.
- Marital property agreements: Associated with the equitable distribution of property and assets, a marital property agreement documents a mutual agreement terms distribution of specific property and assets. The marital property agreement usually acknowledges a fair, but not necessarily equal, division of marital property. In Florida, marital property is defined as assets, income or property acquired during the marriage.
When you must legally address Marital Agreement or other Family law issues it is important to be made fully aware of your legal rights, options, and to have aggressive, detailed, and dedicated legal representation in your corner. Hiring an experienced marital agreement attorney may provide you the best opportunity to achieve your desired outcome, or a fair and reasonable resolution.
Call an Experienced Central Florida Marital Agreement Lawyer at The Law Offices of John Gillespie for a confidential legal consultation.