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Need to Protect Your Best Interests? Call (305) 450-8009 Today.

In the event of a divorce, all marital property is subjected to asset division. A prenuptial agreement may not be something you and your soon to be spouse want to think about, but it is an important and helpful legal tool that can provide you both peace of mind and assurance.  Prenuptial agreements can be used to attempt to avoid expensive and lengthy legal battles that sometimes occur when a marriage ends. They can also be used to avoid equitable distribution of their assets by a court during a divorce, by instead instructing the court on how assets should be divided between the parties.

The Law Office of Sara J. Saba, P.A. can evaluate your case to determine how a prenuptial agreement can help you. Call our firm at (305) 450-8009!

Prenuptial agreements can address a variety of issues such as:

  • Distribution of assets

  • Division of property

  • Promises made between parties

  • How each party will be supported after a divorce

  • Child support and parenting responsibilities


However, a prenuptial agreement may not include waivers of provisions regarding parental responsibility, parental support, or time-sharing rights.

How Our Firm Can Help You

A well-drafted prenuptial agreement can help speed up a divorce proceeding or may even avoid it altogether. If both parties have decided to proceed with a prenuptial agreement, it is essential for both parties to fully trust each other to disclose their finances. A prenuptial agreement can easily be challenged in court if it later revealed that one of the parties hid assets at the time the agreement was drafted.

At the Law Office of Sara J. Saba, P.A., we have been drafting comprehensive prenuptial and postnuptial agreements for 14 years. We have the knowledge and experience to ensure that the agreement you sign is binding in court. Our Miami family lawyer is committed to strategically assessing your case to protect your financial interest.

You should consider getting a prenuptial agreement if:

  • You own or co-own a business or practice

  • You may receive a large inheritance

  • You expect to see a large increase in income

  • You have valuable property, such as real estates, stocks, etc.

  • You have loved ones who need a secure financial future

Schedule a consultation at our firm when you call (305) 450-8009

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