Premarital Agreements Lawyer in Central and Northern Virginia
For many couples, entering into a premarital agreement prior to marriage makes sense. While they do not desire to plan for divorce, having a safeguard in place for certain assets and situations is something that allows for peace of mind.
Drafting a premarital agreement, also known as a prenuptial agreement, can be done quickly and easily with the right attorney. AR Johnson Law has experience creating documents that are fair and protect each person should something unexpected happen. Amanda Rieman Johnson is a premarital agreement lawyer for central Virginia, including Culpeper, Fredericksburg, Charlottesville, Front Royal, Manassas, Fauquier County, and the surrounding areas.
A premarital agreement is a contract, and it needs to be signed by both parties to become enforceable. Having an attorney create this agreement for you, and make sure all of the proper legal channels are in place, will help ensure that it can hold up in the event of a divorce.
Even spouses who do not have current assets may enter into a premarital agreement, as it can cover future earnings and other interests. For these reasons, many couples choose to have this agreement in place prior to saying “I do.”
In addition, if things change during marriage and both parties agree that they want the document amended, that is possible. AR Johnson Law can help with any changes to premarital agreements, in addition to the original drafting of the agreement.
If you have questions about completing a premarital agreement in Virginia, don’t hesitate to call AR Johnson Law, serving central Virginia, including Culpeper and Fauquier Counties.