Postnuptial Agreement Attorneys for Men Only
The Family Law Attorneys at Kenny Leigh & Associates Serving North and South Florida from our offices in Jacksonville, Fleming Island, Daytona Beach, Gainesville, Boca Raton, Tampa, Ft. Walton Beach, Pensacola, and Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
The Purpose of Seeking a Postnuptial Agreement
The roles of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are very similar; each provides the parties in the marriage with set rights, duties, and obligations. The primary difference is that a prenuptial agreement is created before the marriage, while a postnuptial agreement is created after the couple has already entered into a marriage.
Postnuptial Agreements Saves Marriages in Florida
While most people associate these types of agreements with the dissolution of a marriage, and guidelines that are to be followed during and after a divorce, these legal agreements can actually improve the state of the marriage. One of the primary causes of tension and stress within a marriage is financial disagreements. Many couples see a recovery in their relationship once the duties and responsibilities of each spouse have been clearly defined. The attorneys at Kenny Leigh & Associates can draft an agreement that helps remove the strain from your marriage caused by financial miscommunication.
Protecting Men in Florida Through Postnuptial Agreements
Whether or not males actually have more assets or sources of income within a marriage, men typically receive more of the financial burden in the event of a divorce. At Kenny Leigh & Associates, we work exclusively with male clients in order to help remove this bias and achieve fair and just rulings. One way we do this is by giving men in Florida the legal representation and guidance they need throughout the postnuptial drafting process.
Save Money With the Help of a Postnuptial Agreement
If you see that your marriage is dissolving, this can be an understandably emotional and challenging time. However, it is crucial that you take the steps now that are going to protect you, and your family, in the future. You have the option of letting the process run its course through the court system, but the result will be:
- A longer divorce process
- Higher court costs
- More attorney fees
- Less or no control over your future alimony payments and division of assets
With a postnuptial agreement you can:
- Shorten your amount of time in court
- Save thousands on court and attorney fees
- Come to a mutual agreement regarding assets, liabilities, and spousal support
If you are interested in having an experienced family law professional help you draft an agreement that will safeguard your financial future, contact Kenny Leigh & Associates today.
Serving all North and South Florida from offices in Jacksonville, Fleming Island, Daytona Beach, Gainesville, Boca Raton, Tampa, Ft. Walton Beach, Pensacola, and Ft. Lauderdale, FL.