Before they get married, some couples agree to a prenuptial agreement regarding specific issues like finances and property. Many people feel that this is a fair way to start a marriage. This way, if something goes wrong with the marriage and a divorce occurs, both parties involved are already at an agreement on how property and finances should be divided. This in turn tends to lower the amount of conflict during a divorce because some of the issues were resolved before the marriage even began. If you have a prenup, and you live in Minnesota, have you checked to see if it is valid? If you are not sure, your best bet is to reach out to Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC, experienced family law attorneys that take pride in ensuring that your prenup meets the legal requirements.
Prenuptial Minnesota Attorney
Anything regarding family law, Lisa Kallemeyn has you covered. Lisa is a Minnesota family law lawyer, who has been practicing since 1987. Her primary focus is ensuring that individuals are treated fairly. Over the years she has helped individuals with invalid prenups, and worked with them to make sure that a valid prenup was put into place.
Prenup Agreements Cover?
This day in age, prenuptial agreements are becoming very common, especially involving individuals that bring a lot of finances into the marriage. Our dedicated staff can assist you with a prenup in the following ways:
- Legal Representation – If you get to a point where the prenup is invalid and the court is trying to throw it out, our dedicated staff can step in to assist you in this situation.
- Legal Clarification – If you are confused on a portion of the prenup and need a second eye, we can break the terms and agreement down so that you understand it.
- Check to See if the Prenup is in Proper Format – The prenup cannot just be written on a piece of paper, it must be written in a legitimate format, such as a deed.
- Review if Signed Under Representation – For a prenup to be valid, it must have been signed under proper legal representation. We will make sure that is the case in your situation.
- Ensure that the Prenup is Fair – A prenup can become invalid if it overly protects one side and not the other.
So, if you live in Minnesota and would like Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC to make sure that your prenuptial agreement is valid, give us a call today! Contact us at (763) 427-5131.