Address acquisition of assets during a marriage, designation of retirement accounts, community property issues during the dissolution.
Manage employment arrangements, household responsibilities, property and art purchases, and asset separation.
Designate domestic tasks, assign legal authority as an agent, who gets the dog, and more.
When you marry someone, you enter into a contract with that person. Suppose you want to be proactive about preventing potential marital disputes and building a solid foundation for your marriage. In that case, it might be time to consider having a marital contract with your spouse. If you’re not sure what to include in this type of agreement, don’t worry! We have years of experience providing couples with helpful information about how they should structure their marriage contracts so that both spouses feel satisfied. Take control of your future and contact ELCV LAW today at 520-795-2235 or schedule an appointment online at www.elcvlaw.com to learn more about how we can provide helpful guidance when creating this document.
Disclaimer: The content in this article is for informational purposes only and should not take the place of actual legal advice. Not all circumstances are the same, and it is suggested that you should seek legal counsel if you need assistance in any of these areas.