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Miami Premarital and Postmarital Agreements Lawyers

Building on experience gained over years of dealing with property, estate planning
and tax issues, we are particularly well suited to advise clients in preparing and
analyzing premarital and postmarital agreements.

Premarital agreements, also known as prenuptial (or antenuptial) agreements, differ
from postmarital or postnuptial agreements primarily in that premarital agreements
are entered into by a couple before marriage, while postmarital agreements are entered
into after marriage. Legally, these documents have different requirements in order to
be effective.

Premarital and postmarital agreements, if properly drafted and implemented, can
protect assets owned prior to the marriage, interests held in a family business and
inheritances which each spouse may receive from their family members. These
agreements can also provide rules for and mitigate alimony and spousal support
payments in the event of divorce. Where a couple has children by prior marriages,
such agreements are extremely important.

The South Florida attorneys at Cohen, Chase, Hoffman & Schimmel, P.A., do not
handle divorce or child custody matters; however, we regularly consult with
matrimonial lawyers to assist their clients in developing marital settlement
agreements. We are highly skilled in analyzing the tax and property consequences of
marital dissolution and assisting with the preparation of marital settlement
agreements.

Miami Premarital and Postmarital Consultation Attorneys

Intense familiarity with the legal requirements necessary to assure that a premarital
or postmarital agreement withstands legal challenges, and helping clients determine
the extent and value of the assets they own and those they expect to inherit or develop
in the future, are skills we bring to this work. Equally important, we are extremely
sensitive to working with a current or future spouse and his or her counsel in
developing agreements that avoid discomfort and tension in a relationship.

Make An Agreement That Lasts

If you are ready to discuss your marital agreement and find the terms that work for you and your partner, please contact us at 786-338-9986 or toll free at +1-866-521-5391.

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