Skilled Counsel On Postnuptial Property Agreements
There are varying ways soon to be ex-spouses can choose to resolve their financial issues upon divorce. Some choose to file a claim for “equitable distribution” with the court, and seek the court’s assistance in resolving their issues. Others choose to sign a “property settlement agreement,” otherwise referred to as a “marriage settlement agreement,” and file it with the court so they can make sure to enforce their property and other financial rights easily should a dispute occur. Still, others decide to write up their own agreement outside of court.
Understanding Your Financial Rights After A Divorce
Understanding your financial rights during and after a divorce requires competent legal representation. Word choice in an agreement, as well as the presence or absence of certain provisions, can make all the difference in enforcing the agreement, understanding the agreement or even your ability to purchase a house after your divorce. If an agreement is not drafted correctly, your credit score could remain low, you could be losing significant monies to which you are entitled or you could even be setting yourself up for years of litigation surrounding the agreement.
At Laura Robbins Law, L.L.C., our attorneys have devoted a significant amount of time and experience to drafting and enforcing these types of postnuptial agreements, including but not limited to experience on appeals and other unique family law related motions.
Contact Experienced Attorneys To Settle Your Financial Matters After Divorce
If you need help with your postnuptial agreement, turn to one of our experienced divorce lawyers at Laura Robbins Law, L.L.C. To schedule an initial free consultation, please call us at 814-753-4625 or simply contact us online. We accept credit cards for our clients’ convenience.