Nevada Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements serve to protect both parties in the unfortunate event of a divorce. While people get married with the expectation of their marriage not ending, the unfortunate reality is that some marriages do end and there are ways to protect your interests in the event that your marriage does not go as planned.

Hire a Las Vegas attorney to protect your assets with a prenuptial agreement

Premarital agreements serve to protect both assets and income. Generally, any property you acquire during a marriage will be considered community property. This is regardless of whose name the property is placed in at the time of purchase. Likewise, any wages earned during a marriage are considered as belonging to the community. There are also instances where business and rental income can be considered community income if one owned the business or rental property before the marriage.

A prenuptial agreement can be structured so that property and debt acquired during the marriage remains the separate property or debt of the two spouses. Wages and other income can also be kept separate. Las Vegas family law attorney Kari Molnar has extensive experience in the preparation of prenuptial agreements. At your initial consultation, Kari will assist you in determining the best way to protect assets in a marriage as well as ensuring that your agreement is prepared correctly so that it will stand up to a challenge in Court. It is not uncommon for someone to have a premarital agreement that is not prepared correctly and, at the time of a divorce, for the Court to invalidate the agreement due to errors. In such a situation the protection of the agreement goes away. You need an experienced attorney to prepare your agreement. Call 702.966.8315 to schedule your initial consultation.

Contact us today to prepare your prenuptial agreement

Contact the Molnar Family Law Firm today if you require assistance with a premarital agreement. Upon meeting with you, Kari will assist you in determining your options for the agreement and will explain to you which options must be disclosed at the time the agreement is signed. Do not put a potential risk in your financial future by hiring an inexperienced attorney. Contact us online or by telephone today.