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Marital Property Agreement

Excited about your upcoming marriage but concerned with taking care of children from a prior marriage or protecting an inheritance from a special family member?

Texas law allows parties the right to protect assets with property agreements. Prenuptial Agreements should be thoughtfully discussed with your fiancé several months before the scheduled ceremony. These specially-designed contracts require weeks of negotiations and document preparation and are presumed valid in the State of Texas.

In situations when couples need to specify the distribution of property in an already established marriage, a well crafted Post Marital Property Agreement is the answer. Often the marriage is given a chance to reconcile when there has been discord about future property allocation, if all the financial issues are resolved with this type of agreement.

"Making this difficult process as smooth and as successful as possible requires planning every detail before, during and after."

Barbara D. Nunneley