Secure Your Future with a Prenuptial Agreement

Although prenuptial agreements may not seem like the most romantic aspect of marriage preparation, they can give you peace of mind knowing that you have a secure financial and emotional future. The process of creating a prenuptial agreement helps couples understand their expectations and can strengthen the bond between them. If you are considering a prenuptial agreement, working with an experienced Denver family attorney is a good idea. Our team at Jones Law Firm, PC can make …

Valentine’s Day Proposal? Don’t Forget the Prenup

After a Valentine’s Day proposal, when your feelings of elation eventually subside, it is time to discuss a potentially uncomfortable topic—the prenuptial agreement. These agreements get a bad rap, but they serve as an insurance policy to strengthen a marriage. It is Never Too Early to Discuss Prenups Why begin prenuptial agreement conservations so early? The process of forming a prenuptial agreement requires couples to hold in-depth conversations about financial circumstances, expectations, and plans. Gaining …

Can Prenuptial Agreements Determine Child Custody in Colorado?

Prenuptial agreements can be valuable legal instruments for high net worth individuals, business owners, and spouses with children from a previous relationship. A well-crafted prenuptial or postnuptial (created after marriage) agreement can impact alimony, property and debt division, and it can even disinherit a spouse where a will or trust lack such power. But what about child custody? Can a spouse waive or reduce their rights to child custody in a prenuptial agreement before their child is even born? Can …


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