Chambliss attorneys draft and review nuptial and other agreements to protect individuals and families should the unexpected occur. We draft and review personal and business agreements and work with existing plans that need to be updated. Prenuptial agreements, also referred to as premarital agreements, are commonly used for couples who are entering into a marriage or partnership. Postnuptial agreements are created after a couple is already married. Both agreements protect and preserve assets and can be useful for the care of children, dependents, and family heirlooms. We are proactive in planning for the future to minimize risk and liability for our clients. However, should the need for litigation or alternative dispute resolution arise, our team has the experience to advocate for our clients and protect their most valuable assets.
We have a team of experienced and skilled mediators who help our clients ensure that their belongings will be safe well into the future. Most parties think pre and postnuptial agreements are linked with divorce, but they are also relevant in the event that a spouse or partner unexpectedly passes away or becomes incapacitated. Pre and postnuptial agreements can be beneficial when someone involved has pre-existing debts, businesses, prior financial liabilities or obligations, savings, retirement assets, or real estate. Each client's situation is unique, and we take a personal approach when addressing individual and business interests.