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Las Vegas Prenuptial/Premarital Agreement Attorneys

Premarital Agreement Lawyers in Las Vegas

Drafting a comprehensive, equitable prenuptial or postnuptial agreement with your partner can enable you to build a stronger bond with one another and protect your assets in the event of a divorce.

At Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara, our Las Vegas marital agreement lawyers have the tools to help you develop a Premarital or Postmarital Agreement that truly serves your best interests.

To schedule a consultation with our team, contact us online or via phone at (702) 297-5750.

How Do Marital Agreements Work?

Premarital and postmarital agreements are legally binding contracts that couples can enter into before or after marriage. Like other states in the U.S., Nevada follows the Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act.

Premarital and postmarital agreements can include terms that stipulate:

  • How the parties will divide property in the event of a divorce;
  • How the parties can use property (buying, selling, transferring, etc.) during the marriage;
  • What property is considered community (to be divided upon divorce) or separate (ineligible for property division);
  • Whether either party can request spousal support (alimony) (in Premarital Agreements only);
  • Who will get the pets in the event of a divorce;
  • Other terms the parties agree to that attorneys verify don't violate public policy.

However, a premarital or postmarital agreement may be considered invalid by a court if:

  • It contains terms for child support or custody;
  • One party failed to properly disclose community, quasi-community, or separate property during the drafting of the agreement;
  • One party did not enter the premarital or postmarital agreement of their own volition (such as being blackmailed or coerced into entering the agreement);
  • The agreement contains "unconscionable" terms. Unconscionable terms are those clearly unfair to one party, or that would obviously impact a person’s life in a negative way without the other party suffering from similar ramifications.

If you're considering entering into a premarital or postmarital agreement with your partner, you should also consider hiring an attorney to help ensure the agreement is fair and serves your best interests.

At Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara, we'll work with you and your partner's representative to draft a robust and comprehensive premarital or postmarital agreement that serves your needs and is enforceable in court.

To schedule a consultation with our team, contact us online or via phone at (702) 297-5750.

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