El Paso Prenuptial Agreement Attorney
Texas Postnuptial Agreement Attorney
There is nothing wrong with wanting to protect your property, whether you are going through your first marriage or you have been divorced before. If you have a child from a previous relationship, you want to make sure that your assets are set aside for that child appropriately. If you have a business that you have worked hard to build, you want to make certain you retain control of that business. Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are designed specifically to let you protect what is yours.
I am attorney Mark T. Davis. Since 1993, I have been creating personalized premarital agreements and postmarital agreements to help people protect their property. The agreements I draft have the strength to stand up in court so you can be confident that your property is protected.
These agreements are created prior to a marriage. They can be as straightforward or as creative as they need to be to accomplish your goals. I will review your goals and customize an agreement specifically for your situation.
While customization is important, there are rules a prenuptial agreement must follow in order to be valid. Both parties involved in the agreement must be represented by a lawyer, for example. If any of these rules are not followed, the agreement is worthless. I create prenuptial agreements that have the necessary strength.
These agreements are similar to prenuptial agreements, with the major difference being that they are created after the couple has already married. The need for customization and validity remain the same, and my knowledge means you can be confident in the document I create.