Couples who are going through a divorce have enough to deal with. Using time, money and energy to haggle over property division and alimony makes a bad situation even worse. You might never need to use it, but a prenuptial agreement provides a measure of security and certainty should you choose to end your marriage. The experienced North Texas family lawyers at Hayes, Berry, White & Vanzant, LLP guide couples at the outset of their marriage so that they can reach a fair consensus. From our offices in Denton, Flower Mound, Gainesville and Celina, we’ll address issues such as property division and alimony in a relaxed setting and work to develop an authoritative document tailored to your needs.
Regardless of your particular goals, our family law attorneys will make sure that your marital agreement reflects your intentions and conforms with Texas law. Our firm provides authoritative advice on issues such as:
Often, people are worried about addressing these matters, but our experienced lawyers will show you that the best time to handle these concerns is when the relationship is strong and communication is open.
Hayes, Berry, White & Vanzant, LLP advises North Texas clients on prenuptial agreements and other family law issues. Call us at 940-230-2386 or contact us online to schedule a meeting at one of our four offices, located in Denton, Flower Mound, Gainesville and Celina.
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