Establishing a prenuptial agreement may sound unromantic. However, some of the strongest marriages are based on open communication. This can start with a prenuptial agreement defining your rights and responsibilities in the event of a divorce. A premarital agreement can allow you to enter into your marriage with expectations clearly defined. In return, this can help mitigate the potential for future disputes.
At Levine & Susaneck, PA, we do not focus on establishing templated prenuptial agreements. Instead, Attorney Donna P. Levine will take the time to understand your financial situation and any potential custody or spousal support issues that would need to be addressed. She is committed to helping you develop a plan tailored to meet your family's unique needs and concerns. This can be particularly beneficial for couples in a variety of situations, such as:
You or your future spouse has a significant amount of assets.
There's a large financial disparity between you two.
You want to protect your separate property in the event of a divorce.
You have children from a prior marriage and want to protect their financial interests.
Your future spouse is creating a prenup and you want to protect your financial interests.
In Florida, premarital and postnuptial agreements are enforceable contracts. If you and your spouse end up getting divorced, the prenuptial or postnuptial agreement will be used as a starting point for property division negotiations. Through establishing a clear plan upfront, this can help reduce the potential for a contested divorce.
For more than 25 years, Attorney Donna P. Levine has helped clients start the next chapter of their lives knowing their financial interests are protected. She establishes prenuptial agreements to serve as an insurance policy. Ms. Levine works to define how financial obligations and other permanent issues would be handled through a divorce. When couples are on good terms, they can work together to establish a plan that makes sense. Contact our West Palm Beach prenup lawyer to learn how she can help you avoid future conflicts through establishing a clear arrangement upfront.
A prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can serve as an insurance plan. Through taking this proactive measure, you can enter into your marriage with the peace of mind knowing you and your spouse have a clear roadmap. Contact our law firm today to meet with Attorney Donna P. Levine during an initial consultation in Palm Beach County, Florida. Reach us at (561) 820-8782.
Why Choose Us?
More than 25 years experience
Fredrick Susaneck: Lead Counsel In Over 1,000 Trials And 450 Administrative Hearings
Donna Levine: 15th Judicial Circuit, State of Florida, Commissioner, General Master, 1990 - 1995
Fredrick Susaneck: Former Assistant State Attorney
Donna Levine: 15th Judicial Circuit, State of Florida, Assistant Public Defender, 1985 - 1990
Fredrick Susaneck: Successfully Litigated Cases Before The Supreme Court
Donna Levine: State of Maine, Assistant Attorney General, 1983 – 1985