A prenup makes sense
Signing a prenup before marriage or at the start of a de facto relationship means that all parties enter into the agreement of how to divide their assets should the marriage or relationship fail at a time that they have the upmost love and respect for one another.
Unfortunately, divorce can be bitter and filled with emotion, so it makes sense to agree to a fair resolution should the relationship ends when all parties are amicable.
A prenup takes all the guesswork and uncertainty out of divorce proceedings, and means that if the unforeseeable happens, you can move forward quickly, knowing exactly what all parties are entitled to.
A prenup can also save you money in the long-term as divorces and separations can become quite costly when both parties disagree on an outcome, legal fees can soar quickly and moving on from the relationship can be a drawn-out process.
A prenup is not an iron-clad agreement
Whilst a prenup can take some of the uncertainty out of your future should things go awry, they are not always 100% set in stone. That’s why it’s important to speak to a reputable family lawyer that can limit the reasons a prenup can be voided. Caldwell Family Lawyers on the Gold Coast & Brisbane always do their due diligence, to ensure you are getting the best advice possible.
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When you are looking for a professional firm to offer pre-nuptial financial agreements, we hope that you choose Caldwell Family Lawyers on the Gold Coast & Brisbane.