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An update on COVID-19 Precautions
 
In response to concerns about coronavirus in North Texas, we are minimizing face-to-face contact for your safety and peace of mind. Since most interactions, including consultations, can be handled by phone or email, we request that you assist us in limiting in-person contact unless you require a personal meeting. Will executions continue to be handled in the office while maintaining as safe a distance as possible. For those concerned about payments, we can accept payments via phone and mailed checks.
 
The welfare of our staff and clients is of utmost importance, as is continuing to provide the highest level of legal service. Thank you for allowing us to assist you and others in this time of uncertainty.

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Texas Postnuptial Agreements Lawyer

Texas law addresses how community property assets will be divided during a divorce. By creating a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, you and your spouse are agreeing that you do not want to follow Texas law and that you want to determine how your property will be divided. For this reason, it is important that these agreements are handled with care.

I have more than 35 years of experience serving people in the Plano, Texas, area. Contact me, Michael Suffness, if you are ready to discuss a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement with a knowledgeable and respectful attorney.

Creating Prenuptial Agreements and Postnuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement is created prior to marriage. A postnuptial agreement is created after you and your spouse have gotten married. Both can be customized based on your specific needs. I will work with you learning about your needs and your goals, creating a customized document that outlines how you would like property issues handled in the event of a divorce.

I have the experience to know that these documents need to be created properly and with care in order for them to be effective. For example, while I can represent you, your spouse or spouse-to-be will have to review the document with his or her own attorney. This prevents any potential argument that one side was uninformed about the details of the document. I create documents that will withstand all tests in the event they need to be used.

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements During Divorce

If you are going through a divorce and a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is involved, you can be confident in my ability to handle it. Whether the agreement is perfectly valid and simply needs to be followed, or you or your spouse are arguing that it is not valid and should be overturned, I will protect your interests.

Serving: Plano | McKinney | Frisco | Allen, Texas

To meet with a creative, resourceful Plano prenuptial agreement lawyer whom you can trust to work in your best interest, please contact my office for a free half-hour consultation.