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Arlington Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer Serving Northern Virginia

There is a large concentration of wealth in Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia. There are also more young adults here with considerable assets than in many other cities in the United States. When two people are worried about protecting their assets in a divorce, a prenuptial agreement may be the right option.

I am Daniel G. Dannenbaum, an Arlington-based prenuptial agreement attorney who can help you draft a sound prenuptial agreement that protects your rights if you and your future spouse eventually divorce.

Is A Prenuptial Agreement Right For You?

For some couples who do not have a lot of assets, a prenuptial agreement may not be necessary. If you both have separate property that you are interested in continuing to own separately, document it thoroughly.

If, however, you would like to get things in writing, such as alimony, in advance of the marriage, I can help you through the process and make sure that both spouses are not agreeing to something that is not in their best interests.

It is essential for both spouses to be on board with signing a prenuptial agreement. I have seen prenuptial agreements strain marriages before they barely get off the ground. As your lawyer, I will explain to you what a prenup can and cannot do and what the alternatives are, ensuring you have all the facts you need to make the right decision for your unique needs.

Speak With A Premarital Agreement Attorney Serving D.C. And Northern Virginia

Contact the Dannenbaum Law Firm, PLLC, if you have questions about prenuptial agreements. I will answer all your questions and help you decide if it is the right option for you and your future spouse. Call 703-661-9151 or toll free at 800-615-8904 to schedule an appointment.

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