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Proven Legal Guidance For Antenuptial (Prenuptial) Agreements

Antenuptial (prenuptial) agreements are a means of protecting assets in the event of a divorce or death. Antenuptial agreements are established before a marriage, while postnuptial agreements are established during the course of a marriage. Many antenuptial agreements are struck down by judges because they are poorly drafted. At Krueger, Juelich & Schmisek, PLLC, our lawyers know how to draft documents that stand up to scrutiny.

If you wish to establish an antenuptial agreement in Minnesota, or have concerns about signing one, it is important to consult with an experienced divorce lawyer before making any important decisions. The family law attorneys at Krueger, Juelich & Schmisek, PLLC have drafted numerous agreements protecting the assets and property of clients throughout the Twin Cities. Call our Minnetonka office now at 952-373-8564 to schedule your initial consultation.

Is An Antenuptial Agreement Right For You?

Antenuptial agreements aren’t for everyone, but for many, they are a practical step that, once established, allows a couple to get married without nagging financial concerns. Antenuptial agreements are especially useful for people entering into a subsequent marriage, for those with significant nonmarital assets, and for those with children from outside the marriage. Our attorneys are here to help you explore your options, so you can decide if an antenuptial agreement is right for you.

Contact Our Law Firm For More Information

We are here to handle all of your family law needs, including drafting and reviewing antenuptial agreements. Contact us online or by telephone at 952-373-8564 to learn more about how we can protect your assets and your rights.