Marietta Pre-Marriage Planning Lawyers
Before getting married, future spouses must carefully consider a variety of issues in order to effectively plan for the future and protect their best interests. For timely legal advice on your prenup and protection of your rights prior to marriage, you should contact Hill Macdonald, LLC.
We invite you to read about us and see what our clients say about us to find out more about how we can help you. We have successfully assisted a broad range of clients in the Marietta area – individuals and couples, birth mothers and biological fathers, single parents and domestic partners – for many years.
Our Wedding Present To You: Peace Of Mind
Before getting married, your understandable concerns could include:
- What religious training will the children receive?
- Where will my assets go if I should pass away before my spouse?
- What will happen to my inheritance if we end up seeking a divorce?
- How will our assets be divided?
- What is the best way to arrange my personal financial matters?
These are all legitimate questions that should not be ignored. By being proactive and taking informed action before marriage, you can be better prepared in the event of a divorce. Marietta pre-marriage planning does not mean you are planning for a divorce. Instead, you are simply preparing yourself in case certain events should arise unexpectedly and you are becoming familiar with the law that will affect your future.
At Hill Macdonald, LLC, we offer pre-marriage planning services. This special feature of our practice includes drafting and reviewing premarital agreements, and services of professional estate planners where necessary.
Marietta Pre-Marriage Planning Attorneys
In Georgia, you have a right to enter into a prenuptial agreement in order to protect yourself legally. Having a prenuptial agreement can help to bring order to chaos in the event the marriage does not last.
Couples in which either or both spouses have substantial assets or potential inheritances should seriously consider a prenuptial agreement. Prenuptial agreements deal with not only division of assets but also decisions regarding children in the marriage – for example, what religious training the child will receive if parents are from different religious backgrounds.