When a marriage begins, no one ever anticipates a divorce, but setting forth fair, clear legal terms at the outset of the marriage benefits both parties if the relationship doesn’t work out. At Ayala Law Office, P.C. in Tucson, Arizona our experienced Arizona family lawyers will work with couples to establish appropriate prenuptial and postnuptial agreements so that if there should be a break-up in the marriage, the rules will be set as to the division of property in divorce, without the necessity of a nasty divorce. Also, the Prenuptial agreement can, set forth who owns the property to be used in the relationship or how marital assets are to be distributed. Unlike what you might see in movies or TV shows, the process of developing these documents does not have to be contentious or stressful. Instead, we work to foster positive communications and disclosure so that couples emerge with an agreement that protects the legal rights and financial interests of both spouses.
Going through a divorce can be stressful and expensive enough without unnecessary squabbling about marital property issues. To avoid potential problems if the relationship ends, our attorneys will work to provide strong guidance on premarital agreements, and the use and division of property, while answering key questions such as:
We’ll make sure that your premarital agreement meets the standards of Arizona law and accurately reflects your intentions following appropriate discussions.
If you’re going through a divorce process in Tucson and you have a concern regarding a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement that you entered into, our firm can help. Our firm will evaluate the legality and relevance of the document and assert your legal rights as to its validity. We also represent spouses who are trying to enforce their premarital agreements in addition to those who are challenging their terms.
Ayala Law Office, P.C. attorneys advise Arizona clients on a full range of matters relating to marital agreements, including the negotiation, drafting, signing and enforcement of them. Please call 520-365-3185 or contact us online to schedule a meeting at our Tucson office.