Prenuptial Agreements Attorney

If you need guidance or preparation of a proposed premarital agreement, or if you need an independent review of a draft agreement prepared by your future spouse, contact the Law Office of Tilton & Tilton for the dependable answers of an experienced Texas prenuptial agreement lawyer. We can explain to you just how your rights are affected by the proposed contract, or give you good ideas about protecting your own interests on fair and reasonable terms. We offer a free legal consultation to help you understand the process and get started, call us anytime at 713-774-8600 to schedule and visit us at our Houston office.

Prenuptial agreements can make sense when:

  • Getting married later in life after having established a career
  • Either of you is marrying for a second or subsequent time
  • You have grown children
  • You expect a substantial inheritance
  • Substantial disparity of income or assets between you
  • You run a business together

Tilton & Tilton’s dedicated family law attorneys can help you identify the community property or separate property issues that a prenuptial agreement should address, and draft terms that will satisfy your needs without taking advantage of your prospective spouse. Our prenuptial agreement attorneys can also help make sure that the proposed agreement is properly drafted, fully discloses each party’s assets and liabilities, and does not contain any prohibited terms, such as stipulations concerning child support. To the extent that you’re asked to waive spousal support or claims to certain property, we’ll make sure you fully understand the effect of the document you’re being asked to sign.

To find out how our experience and knowledge of Texas family law can help protect your interests, contact our prenuptial agreement attorneys at the Tilton & Tilton Law Firm today at 713-774-8600 and schedule to meet us in our Houston office for a free consultation. You can get a valuable legal consultation that would benefit you even if you decided to walk away and not hire an attorney.