Orlando Marital Agreement Attorney
Orlando Marital Agreement Lawyer, Jean Bernard Chery, provides experienced Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreement, Divorce, and Family Law Attorney services in Orlando, Orange County, Osceola, Polk, and Seminole Counties, and the Central Florida area.
Call 407.487.1630 about your Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreement legal needs in Orlando and Central Florida.
There are various types of marital agreements address family law issues prior to a marriage, during the course of a marriage, during the process of ending a marriage, or even after a marriage has ended. In most situations a marital agreement is amicably achieved with the assistance of experienced legal counsel through negotiation or mediation.
Types of Marital Agreements include, but are not limited to:
- Prenuptial Agreements: A written contract between two people who are about to marry, setting out the terms of possession of assets, treatment of future earnings, control of the property of each, and potential division if the marriage is later dissolved.
- Postnuptial Agreements: A postnuptial agreement is a voluntary marriage contract between spouses that is created after their wedding at sometime during the course of the marriage.
- Temporary Agreements: Typically involves an agreement between spouses that are involved in a lengthy divorce period and where minor child issues are involved.
- Marriage Settlement Agreements: This is an amicable agreement between spouses that address all issues related to their divorce, allowing the divorce to be finalized after approval of the court.
- Marital Separation Agreements: This involves an agreement between spouses that have decided to live apart from one another in a non-marital relationship. Separation agreements often involve child custody, visitation, child support, alimony, or other relevant isses.
It is important to remember that any marital agreement is only legally binding if it is approved by the court. In the absence of being signed off on as a standing court order, litigation may be necessary if one of the parties choose not to adhere to a marital agreement.
If the Marital Agreement is already recognized as a standing court order and non-compliance has resulted, litigation may still be necessary, however, the legal standing and remedies against non-compliance are almost always in favor of of the one seeking compliance.
In any Marital Agreement situation, you should ensure your legal rights, options, and interests are protected.
When you must address legal issues relating to Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreement, divorce or other family law issues or disputes, we urge you to be proactive in ensuring your legal rights are protected and that you are treated fairly.
Call 407.487.1630 to Schedule a Confidential Legal Consultation with Orlando and Central Florida Marital Agreement Lawyer, Jean Bernard Chery.