Arizona Premarital & Post-marital Lawyers
Getting Married is a Big Decision, We can Help you Make a Solid Start.
While getting married is is a wonderful event in life, it is extremely important to have the right guidance from the very beginning so that you can have a solid start, especially if yo are concerned about maintaining what you already cherish.
In addition, the specifics of the relationship such as the financial situation of the partners, the presence of children amongst others issues, can greatly affect what approach should you take.
How We Approach Prenuptial Agreements
At Collins & Collins, L.L.P., we are experts at practising family law. We understand that every case if different and that our clients have options when it comes to premarital agreements.
While getting married is an exciting occasion, you may have many questions about prenuptial agreements that we can help you answer with certainty such as:
- When do I need to get a prenup?
- How can a prenuptial agreement help?
- What items can I include in a premarital agreement?
- How can I ensure that a prenup will be enforced?
- What can I do if my partner does not want a prenup?
- How long will a divorce take?
- What am I entitled to?
- What can I expect during if my marriage ends?
- What if we already have children?
We are Experts at Family Law
When your life’s work or family’s estate is at stake, the situation gets even more complicated and decisions should be made with even more care in order to avoid disagreements while keeping your interests protected. Failing to do this can have devastating repercussions that may affect greatly your future.
Our integrity, experience and commitment to our clients have made us a top rated law firm in Arizona for over 30 years.
A Family Legal Practice Focused On Your Needs
Open attorney-client communication is an ingredient for successful representation. To properly represent your interests, we spend the time to learn about your needs and goals. We also work to translate “legalese” into understandable terms so you are clear about your legal standing and options and can fully participate in the legal process. In Collins & Collins L.L.P. you have a legal team dedicated to you first and foremost. While we provide you with information you can understand, we let you make decisions after you understand your options.
Understanding the legal status of prenuptial agreements:
Prenuptial agreements are often used by couples who want to agree – before they marry or become civil partners – how they would divide their money, assets and property, should they decide to separate or get divorced.
Over the last decade, there has been a surge in the number of Prenuptial agreements. Courts will generally take them into account as one of the circumstances of the divorce or marriage dissolution case and will give significant weight to them provided certain safeguards have been met. For example:
- The financial needs of the children are adequately taken care of.
- Both parties had taken legal advice on the implications of entering into the agreement before signing it.
- Whether they are treated as being legally enforceable.
- Establishing where you can divorce or dissolve your marriage or civil partnership.
Call today for a free prenuptial or post-nuptial consultation with one of our best attorneys. There is never a charge or obligation for us to review your situation and determine how we can help.
*C. Robert Collins founded the firm in 1980 with himself as the sole lawyer. His son Joseph E. Collins joined him in 1994, and his son Jonathan S. Collins joined them in 2003.
What You can Expect from Our Law Firm
At Collins & Collins, L.L.P we are selective when it comes to the cases that we take on. The reason? Simple, we want to make sure that we are able to provide or clients the best possible legal representation that we can provide in order to meet their demands and individual circumstances.
Our practice is not focused on volume, and since we are a family business, we are proud to keep it this way and we are able to promise to deliver the best possible representation to clients that we decide to take on with professionalism and the utmost respect towards them.
Sometimes a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement legal situation does not end with an agreement or court order; as situations change, adjustments may need to be made to accommodate those changes. In those cases, our representation does not end at the negotiating table or in court. We stand beside you throughout the prenuptial or post-nuptial legal process and afterwards as you implement court orders and decisions.
That is why we invite you to make use of our Free Legal Prenuptial and Post Nuptial Agreements Advice so that you can come and talk to one of our attorneys and get the answers.