Fairfield County Prenuptial Agreement Lawyers

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There are numerous benefits to having a prenuptial agreement in place, and one of these is the process of drafting the agreement. As you discuss financial matters and responsibilities with your fiancé, this can actually help you outline your goals, and how to achieve them together. A prenuptial agreement can simplify a divorce if it ever occurs, and make it less contentious, but more importantly, it can get the ball rolling on vital matters leading up to a marriage.

If you would like to learn more about creating a prenuptial agreement and how this can help you, do not hesitate to request your case consultation with our New Canaan attorney today!

Myths about Prenuptial Agreements

The modern reality is that prenuptial agreements are no longer just for fabulously wealthy couples with a staggering amount of assets or second marriages where there are children from prior marriages. No matter your net worth, no matter your situation, there are ways a prenuptial agreement can help you and your family.

The worry that a prenuptial agreement undermines your marriage is another myth: They are not just about dividing property if you divorce. Prenuptial agreements can be useful for estate planning. A prenuptial agreement can be used to cover what would happen if one of you were to pass away. A prenuptial agreement can also detail financial responsibilities and goals for your marriage. Our New Canaan attorney can help you draft an agreement that suits your family’s needs.

When all is said and done, a prenuptial agreement can cover:

  • Estate planning in the event of the death of either spouse
  • Alimony in the event of divorce
  • Division of property brought to the marriage in the event of divorce
  • Division of property acquired after the marriage in the event of divorce
  • How expenses are handled during the marriage


Basically, a prenuptial agreement can cover most anything you and your fiancé feel is important. Of course, you cannot agree to anything that would be illegal. Also, provisions regarding children are unenforceable as these are ultimately matters for a judge to review.

If you are considering a prenuptial agreement and are looking for advice, we are able to help and are committed to doing so in a collaborative and supportive way while protecting your rights.

Call Brickley Law Today for Help in New Canaan, Wilton, Darien, or Norwalk

You already have legal protections in place, and if they are not sufficient for your unique situation, you can create your own. The best part is that discussing financial matters and responsibilities for the marriage can strengthen your union too. If you can have these serious conversations about custody and finances now, you could be avoiding ruinous conflicts in the future.

We are available in the evening and on the weekend for you, so do not hesitate to set up your case review as soon as possible. Start learning about your legal rights and options when you call our New Canaan family law attorney at (203) 966-6600.

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