Texas Premarital Legal Counsel
If you are considering marriage and are either bringing significant assets to the union or have children from a previous marriage, you may want to consider a prenuptial agreement to identify the division of assets in the event of separation or divorce. A prenuptial agreement doesn't mean you don't trust your spouse. In our experience, people find that it eliminates any concern about property and allows you to make your marriage about the relationship.
At Bailey & Galyen, we work closely with men and women who want the peace of mind that comes with putting a prenuptial agreement in place. In our years of practice, we have placed a premium on personal service and attention, along with a dedication to the highest standards of our profession. We built our successful practice on a commitment to open communication, encouraging you to be forthright about your needs and ask any questions that concern you. We will fully explain all your options, so that you can make informed decisions that are in your best interests.
We offer a free initial consultation to anyone who wants to learn the advantages of Texas premarital legal counsel. To set up an appointment with an attorney for prenuptial agreements, contact our office or call us at one of the numbers listed below.
Helping You Put an Effective Prenuptial Agreement in Place
A prenuptial agreement is really nothing more than a contract establishing how property will be divided in the event of a separation or divorce. If you are bringing valuable assets, such as a home, investment portfolio, or other substantial property, into a marriage, you want to be certain that, should the relationship fail, you get to retain all that you have worked so hard to build.
When you hire a lawyer from our firm to help you protect your property interests in a marriage, we will take the time to complete a full inventory of your property and put together an air-tight agreement that protects your interests. We can address all types of property, such as
- Real and personal property
- Financial accounts, including bank, money market and investment accounts
- Retirement funds
- Business interests