Creating a prenuptial agreement is an ideal way to determine what happens to assets after a divorce. If one partner has a substantial advantage in terms of assets over the other, prenuptial agreements may eliminate many of the issues that can occur in this sort of scenario. Additional prenuptial agreement benefits may include the following:
No matter how uneven or unfair a prenuptial agreement appears, it cannot simply be thrown out at will. However, it is possible to end a prenuptial agreement if simple requirements are met. A prenuptial agreement is capable of being nullified if the following circumstances occur:
If one of the parties involved in a prenup agreement wants to back out of it, defending the prenup will require thorough, detailed work. The absolute best way to defend a prenup is to make sure that there are no problems with it to begin with. If a prenup is made to the most detailed and researched extent possible, then there can be little fear of it being broken. The only issues that may come up for a well-crafted prenup are accusations of deceit, which may be countered if financial information was freely provided during the agreement process.
If you want your prenup to hold up in court, you will need the focused attorneys at the Law Office of Scott D. Reiner, PLLC to help you. We go over each prenuptial agreement with detail-oriented eyes to minimize the chances that a court will find any faults with it, should they have to scrutinize it.
We work in the Houston, Texas area to deliver your prenuptial agreement needs no matter your side in the matter. If you believe that your former partner used deceit in crafting your prenuptial agreement, we will put as much effort as possible into shedding light on your situation. Call now to receive a consultation on your prenuptial agreement case.