A prenuptial agreement is an opportunity for you and your future spouse to make your own decisions about the terms of your marriage, rather than relying on Nevada state law to make important decisions for you in the event of a divorce. A well-crafted premarital agreement protects the interests of both parties.
Helping Clients Draft, Review and Negotiate Premarital Agreements
At KAINEN LAW GROUP, our Las Vegas attorneys think of premarital agreements like an insurance policy. We have extensive experience handling contested divorces throughout Nevada. Our legal team knows that potential issues left unresolved can lead to bitter disputes. We are committed to helping clients create a written roadmap identifying their wishes upfront. Taking this proactive measure can mitigate the likelihood of a divorce and reduce unnecessary complications if one becomes unavoidable. Contact our Las Vegas prenuptial agreement attorneys to learn more about the value of creating a premarital agreement.
Experienced Advocates Protecting Your Best Interests
Our clients pursue prenuptial agreements for many reasons. They may have significant assets, including business interests. They may wish to protect the interests of their children from prior relationships. They may have family trusts that require them to exclude their spouses.
We take a sensitive and insightful approach to prenuptial agreement negotiations, recognizing that both parties have an interest in getting their marriage off to the right start.
Under Nevada law, most family law and estate planning issues, other than those involving minor children, can be resolved in advance through prenuptial agreements, including:
Nevada also recognizes cohabitation agreements for unmarried couples and domestic partnership agreements for same-sex and opposite-sex couples entering into legal partnerships. Our attorneys are highly experienced in drafting effective cohabitation agreements.
Contact Us to Discuss Your Prenuptial Agreement Goals
Whether you wish to discuss a prenuptial agreement with your future spouse or have been presented with such an agreement, it is in your interests to talk to a lawyer as soon as possible. To discuss how we can assist you, call us at 702-823-4900.