If there is one thing that is anticipated as fall approaches, it is the holiday season. Retailers look forward to Black Friday, children look can see Christmas on the horizon, and perspective brides wait with anticipation for their beaus to ask them to say “I do”.
Two people who wish to be married and who have valuable properties and assets need to protect themselves against the down-the-road possibility of a high asset divorce. Such couples commonly prepare prenuptial agreements before saying, "I do." However, such agreements may be subject to modification or dismissal if one party was coerced into signing the prenup.
Houston family law clients are more often asking attorneys to prepare prenuptial agreements than have been drawn up in the past. Prenuptial agreements are also getting more imaginative in the wording and conditions, and individuals seemingly are more aware that their marriage may possibly end in divorce.