Prenuptial Agreement Attorney In Columbus Ohio

An Ohio Divorce Lawyer Can Help Protect What Matters

Are you wondering if a prenuptial agreement is right for you and your future spouse? Do you currently need assistance as you enforce a prenuptial agreement during a divorce proceeding? Is your prenuptial agreement from another state or another country? Contact our attorneys in Columbus, Ohio as soon as possible. We have been recognized locally and nationally for our level of client service, history of satisfactory results, and devotion to ethical legal advocacy.

Below are just some of the recognitions accomplished by Attorney Amy Weis:

  • SuperLawyer® – Top 25 Women
  • Superb 10.0 Rating by Avvo
  • American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
  • SuperLawyer® – Top 50 Women
  • Certified Specialist in Family Relation Law
  • International Academy of Family Lawyers

At Weis Law Group, we know that any type of family law matter can be incredibly overwhelming, and this is especially true when things like pre-marital assets, money, and children are involved. As experienced legal professionals, however, we have the experience, knowledge, ideas, and resources needed to help you reach a favorable resolution that can help protect your rights for the long-run.


The Advantages & Disadvantages Of Prenuptial Agreements

Though having a prenuptial agreement can have many benefits, there are potential drawbacks that may arise. Though prenuptial agreements are mainly used to prevent future conflict during a divorce, discussing things like property division and debt division could bring to light other uncomfortable issues. We understand that talking about a potential demise in a marriage seems grim, but the long-term protection a prenuptial agreement promises can far outweigh any potential downsides.

The advantages to having a prenuptial agreement include:

  • You can protect your separate pre-marital assets
  • You can customize your prenuptial agreement to be in line with your estate plan
  • You can see a full, honest disclosure of your spouse's separate assets
  • You could prevent future disputes or disagreements regarding your rights, duties, or obligations if the marriage terminates
  • You may be able to limit your spousal support or alimony exposure

Perhaps the greatest advantage of a prenuptial agreement is that a prenuptial agreement could help save time and money in the event of a divorce. Because there are specific rules that have been established prior to divorce, adhering to these procedures could diffuse future disagreements, contention, or disputes that must be resolved in court.

Contact Weis Law Group For a Confidential Consultation: (614) 732-5566

No matter your station in life, our Columbus attorneys are wholeheartedly devoted to providing our clients with strong, insightful representation in all types of family and matrimonial law matters. With our premier network of financial experts, appraisers, psychologists and more, you can find answers to some of your most pressing questions. Let us offer the professional guidance you need to put your mind at ease.