According to ABC news, (wpbf.com) the divorce rate in Florida is 13.1%. While Florida doesn’t top the list of divorce rates in the United States it is considered to be the state with the 5th highest divorce rate in the union.
With divorce rates as high as they are, a prenuptial agreement in Florida can make your life and your spouse’s life a lot easier if you do decide to get a divorce.
Our prenuptial agreement attorney, Joe Knape, is well versed in contract law, family law, and divorce law, he knows what provisions need to be included within a prenuptial agreement in order for you to be protected to the full extent of the law.
Give our prenup lawyer a call at (407) 508-7774 now in order to protect your interests in the future.
Prenuptial Agreement in Florida: Marriage Contract
We know that a prenuptial agreement is not the most romantic thing to propose to your fiance, but with the divorce rate being as high as it is in Florida, drafting a prenup is a safe way to protect your personal finances and avoid drawn out legal matters.
Getting a prenuptial agreement in Florida can save you the hassle of deciding who gets the house, which person gets the car, which parent gets the kids. These things will be decided in court or through litigation if your marriage does end in divorce and if you do not have a prenup in place and on file with the court.
How Much will a Prenuptial Agreement Cost?
When deciding to get a prenuptial agreement in Florida, you may ask yourself “how much will getting a prenuptial agreement cost me? Is it worth it?”
The answer to “is it worth it?” is YES. A prenup, can and will save you a lot of time and money if you or your partner decide to get a divorce; and if it is drafted with care, precision, and expertise with insights that only an experienced family law attorney, such as Joe Knape, can provide.
The answer to “how much will a prenup lawyer cost?” is more difficult. The cost of getting a prenuptial agreement drafted and filed in Florida will depend considerably upon the type of, and how many assets you possess and want to protect under the prenuptial agreement.
For instance, if you do not own any real estate, a car, or your own business the provisions in your prenup will be pretty straightforward in most cases.
However, if you own any real estate, any stock, any bonds, any cars, and or your own business, these factors can complicate your prenuptial agreement’s provisions, which will require much more work to ensure that you and your future is protected to the full extent of the law.
If you have any questions for our prenup lawyer in Florida, please give him a call at (407) 508-7774 to get your answers today!