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Four Agreements to Resolve Marital & Family Disputes

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Which one applies to you?


1A Pre-Nuptial Agreement, also known as a Premarital Agreement, is an agreement between prospective spouses made in contemplation of marriage and to be effective upon marriage. Pre-Nuptial Agreements may resolve in advance, almost all issues, such as: alimony, property, children’s issues. DON’T WAIT – PREPARE A PRENUP NOW!


2Mediation is a process by which a neutral third-party hears each parties’ side and facilitates the parties reaching an agreement. In any proceeding with any contested issues, the Court may refer the parties to mediation. The benefit to mediation is that each party may speak candidly and avoid large costs associated with litigation. DON’T WAIT – GO TO MEDIATION NOW!


3Settlement of a divorce or paternity case is less costly, reduces acrimony, and allows the parties to build a future for their children. It is best to schedule mediation as soon as it is reasonably appropriate. Why litigate? If you can agree, Settle! Prepare a Marital Settlement Agreement (MSA) with detail resolving all issues and all things that matter to you. DON’T WAIT – PREPARE AN MSA NOW!


4Believe it or not, you will have arguments. You need not file a divorce case or litigate to resolve and agree on things you wished were resolved in a prenuptial agreement. You can have an agreement with your spouse without a divorce case being filed. If you can agree and you have the information you need an experienced lawyer can prepare a postnuptial agreement. DON’T LITIGATE – PREPARE A POSTNUPTIAL AGREEMENT NOW!

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