While no one enters into a marriage planning to divorce, it is smart to think about your situation and whether you should have a prenuptial agreement. Most people are unaware of the overwhelming benefits of a prenuptial agreement until they speak with an attorney.
Attorney Michael Robbins of the Law Offices of Michael A. Robbins represents clients throughout Michigan in divorce, family law and related issues. He is well-known for his skills in the courtroom and recognized in the community for his legal abilities. Clients throughout the state turn to attorney Robbins because of his proven track record.
Do I Need A Prenuptial Agreement?
You should consult with a lawyer to determine whether a prenuptial agreement is in your best interests. A carefully crafted prenuptial agreement can effectively protect assets and be beneficial in second marriages (especially if you have children from a previous marriage).
Mr. Robbins will discuss not only the benefits of having a prenuptial agreement, but also the enforceability of a prenuptial agreement in a divorce and what you can and cannot declare in your agreement. He offers comprehensive advice for his clients.
For more information, view Mr. Robbins’ article on prenuptial/antenuptial agreements.
Contact The Firm Today
Please contact the firm at 248-646-7980 to schedule an initial consultation. Mr. Robbins practices throughout Michigan from his Bloomfield Hills office, including the metropolitan Detroit Tri-County areas of Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties.
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