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Boulder County Marital Agreement Attorney

Creating Fair & Lasting Property & Asset Agreements

If a couple wants to determine what happens to their assets in the event of their death or upon their getting a divorce, they can make sure their wishes are upheld in a marital agreement. Whether they get this agreement before they get married (prenuptial agreement) or after they've already tied the knot (postnuptial agreement), it is important to make sure that each of you has your own family law attorney to make sure that your rights are protected, and ensure that everything is laid out in a legally sound manner. Vario Law Group can help you create a marital agreement that will clearly outline your property and assets while also ensuring fair financial treatment if there should ever be a divorce.

Let our Boulder County marital agreement lawyer help you protect your interests. Call (720) 868-9496.

What Is Included in a Marital Agreement?

Marital agreements can include a wide variety of provisions. With this prenup or postnup in place, spouses can enjoy a sense of security for themselves and on behalf of any children they bring into the marriage.

Some of the most common issues addressed in marital agreements include:

  • Property division
  • Spousal support
  • Financial roles in the marriage
  • Personal property (heirlooms, clothing, furniture, personal items)
  • Debts
  • Business interests
  • And more!

Contact Our Weld County Marital Agreement Attorney

At Vario Law Group, our attorney brings 20 years of proven legal experience to each case. We also provide hands-on, attentive representation, and we make sure our clients are empowered with the information they need to call the shots. We are ready to partner with you. Find out how we can help you create the right marital agreement for you and protecting your interests.

Call us at (720) 868-9496 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our marital agreement attorney in Boulder, CO.

We Want to Help You Achieve Your Goals Call (720) 868-9496 or contact our Boulder County lawyer online today to request your free, confidential consultation.