Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement is a contract entered into by two people who are to be married.

A Prenuptial Agreements main purpose is to set forth particular rights for each party in the event of a divorce. The main reason one might obtain a prenuptial agreement is to protect property that one or both parties owned before the marriage from becoming divided upon divorce.

Alimony can be covered in a prenuptial agreement as well; often to limit, establish or eliminate alimony in the event of a divorce. In Georgia, Prenuptial Agreements do not usually pertain to child custody or child support.

A Judge makes the final decision on custody, and parties cannot pre-determine child support because the law regards child support as being a right for a child, and parties cannot override that right. Deciding to enter into marriage is a happy yet important decision.

Discussing your possible need for a prenuptial agreement with an attorney could take a huge weight off of your shoulders and make you feel more certain about your upcoming nuptials. “Pre-wedding jitters” are a common feeling for many soon to be newlyweds, Let the skilled professionals at Moore Law Firm, LLC. Help relieve some of your worry. We will be happy to help you get the logistics taken care of so that you may enjoy this most joyous occasion. Our number is (770)584- 0911.