DuPage County Prenuptial Agreements Lawyers
Experienced Wheaton Attorneys for Premarital Agreements
Planning for a wedding is a stressful and chaotic time in an individual's, and couple's, life. There are many things to consider when getting married, including the assets and property you may be bringing into the marriage. Though it may be uncomfortable to consider that the marriage may end in divorce even before it begins, it is essential that you plan for and protect yourself against any unforeseen events.
Our DuPage County divorce attorneys at the Illinois offices of Andrew Cores Family Law Group pride themselves on utilizing our vast network of resources and extensive experience to help you during this difficult time. We strive to help you work through a prenuptial agreement that protects your personal property and assets throughout the course of the marriage. Individuals need to know their rights to establishing a prenuptial agreement, especially if there is a large disparity in the financial condition of one partner or the other. To begin the process of creating your prenuptial agreement, contact a lawyer at our firm today.
The laws regarding prenuptial agreements are constantly changing, making it difficult for an individual to ensure the legality of their agreement without the advice of a knowledgeable attorney. Our lawyers stay up-to-date on the changes in the case law and apply any new information to our client's cases and situations. It is important that your prenuptial agreement fall within the bounds of any new laws, or you risk the agreement being null and void.
We also handle the creation of other marital agreements, such as a postnuptial agreement, and the negotiation of these agreements.
If you would like to speak to an attorney at Andrew Cores Family Law Group about the possibility of creating a prenup, contact our firm through this Web site or call 630-871-1002. We have helped people throughout Illinois establish prenuptial agreements, including clients in DuPage County, Kane County, Cook County, Will County and Kendall County.