Why You Should Consider A Premarital Agreement
NO ONE gets married expecting to end up in divorce — yet half do. When your marriage is ending, you will have likely some regrets — do not let protecting yourself be one of them.
If you have questions about what goes into drafting a prenuptial agreement, the law firm Harry Lewis Co., LPA in Columbus can assist you. Here are a few pros of getting a premarital agreement:
- A prenuptial agreement can cut down on the tension and conflict in the event of a divorce and/or untimely death.
- Furthermore, it protects the separate property that was yours before you married your spouse. This is very important in second marriages with children.
- For the person in the relationship with fewer assets, a premarital agreement also can ensure you will be treated fairly should the marriage end.
In order for a prenuptial agreement to be considered valid in Ohio, both parties must have freely signed the agreement without pressure and provided a full financial disclosure of assets and liabilities prior to the marriage.
Why Choose Us?
For more than 40 years, our firm has served residents and friends in the community. Attorney Gregg Lewis has continued the legacy his father began decades ago. When you need a lawyer for a family law matter, you can count on our firm for that issue and again when other matters arise.
Contact Our Firm For More Information
If you are interested in learning more about the process of drafting a premarital agreement, contact our firm, Harry Lewis Co., LPA, at 614-221-3938 or through email to schedule an initial consultation with attorney Gregg Lewis. Our office is centrally located in the heart of German Village.