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In high net-worth scenarios, prenuptial agreements can be vital for safeguarding assets, protecting inter-generational wealth, and ensuring financial stability for both parties in the event of a divorce. This legally binding agreement establishes clear protocols for asset and liability division, helping minimize conflicts and legal expenses. 

If you possess substantial assets, business interests, family inheritance or gifting, children from a prior relationship, or complex financial situations, our team at Leinoff & Lemos can offer our unwavering support and guidance. Our Board-Certified family law specialists can craft a prenup outlining asset/income division guidelines that are uniquely suited to you and your needs.

Contact our team online at (305) 222-7442 or fill out our online form to learn more about how our prenuptial agreement attorneys in Miami, FL, can assist you.

What Makes a Prenup Valid in Florida?

If you’re considering a prenuptial agreement, it’s important to hire a seasoned attorney. They have the experience and knowledge to help you draft, review, and execute the agreement. 

Florida law has specific requirements for validity, so having a legal team manage your case is essential. Florida has adopted the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act, outlining the necessary conditions for a valid prenup. 

Here are some key requirements needed for a valid prenuptial agreement:

  • Both parties should provide full financial disclosure,
  • The agreement must be executed voluntarily by both parties free from any threats, duress, coercion, fraud, or other improper conduct,
  • The agreement must not be unconscionable at the time of the execution, and
  • The agreement must be in writing, signed by the parties.

What Can’t Be Included in a Prenup?

Prenuptial agreements set guidelines for if a marriage dissolves or if a party dies during the marriage but they cannot address child-related matters such as supportcustody arrangements, and time-sharing arrangements. Understanding these restrictions is crucial when creating such agreements. Our Miami-based prenuptial agreement attorneys can assist in ensuring the validity of your prenup.

When Is a Prenup Necessary?

There are various situations where a prenuptial agreement can be highly beneficial for couples. This agreement can provide peace of mind and clarity regarding financial matters, contributing to a more secure and transparent relationship.

Below are five situations where a prenuptial agreement is advisable:

  1. One or both parties have significant assets: A prenuptial agreement can help protect any assets, inherited or gifted wealth in the event of a divorce.
  2. One or both parties have debt: A prenuptial agreement can establish how any debts will be handled in case of divorce.
  3. One or both parties own a business: A prenuptial agreement can protect any businesses or practices from being split up or sold in the event of a divorce.
  4. One or both parties have been married before: A prenuptial agreement can help to protect the financial interests of any children from prior relationships.
  5. One or both parties are expecting an inheritance: A prenuptial agreement can establish how future assets and income will be managed in the event of a divorce.

It is important to consult with our prenup agreement lawyers at Leinoff & Lemos. We can listen attentively to your circumstances to assist you in evaluating the need for a prenuptial agreement.

Schedule a Consultation with Our Team

Our team at Leinoff & Lemos is ready to discuss your case and assist you in deciding if a prenup is right for you. Our team of prenuptial agreement attorneys is committed to safeguarding your financial assets and peace of mind. 

With over three decades of experience, our firm has assessed and settled numerous agreements for clients across the state, consistently advocating for our clients' rights and best interests.

Contact our firm today at (305) 222-7442 or message us online to set up a consultation with our Miami prenuptial agreement lawyers.

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