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Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements

If you have significant assets when you get married, you should consider working with a lawyer to protect those assets. The Warkentine Law Office works with clients throughout Broomfield, Colorado, and the surrounding area to protect the separate assets of individuals. To schedule your free initial consultation, please contact us online or call 720-443-5849.

When You Should Consider A Prenuptial Agreement

Unless you have a prenuptial agreement, any increase in the value of your assets will be considered marital property. Many people who are planning to remarry after a divorce consider prenuptial agreements to protect their assets.

The Warkentine firm understands that each situation is unique, and attorney Brent Warkentine can prepare an agreement to meet your needs. The firm does not simply use a cookie cutter approach to protecting your assets. Brent understands that each situation is unique, and accordingly, each prenuptial agreement is written specifically for each client.

The Warkentine Law Office generally charges a flat rate for drafting a prenuptial agreement and providing clients with peace of mind knowing that their assets are safe. Having a prenuptial agreement in place also allows both parties to plan during their marriage. When a prenuptial agreement is drafted, Brent can also work with you to draft a will, which is necessary if you want to clarify how you want your estate assets distributed.

Postnuptial agreements: Postnuptial agreements are similar to prenuptial agreements, but they are created after the marriage ceremony. Typically, a postnuptial is only used when one spouse receives an inheritance, workers' compensation or a personal injury settlement after the couple has married.

Schedule Your Free Consultation

To schedule your free 30-minute consultation, contact the firm online or call 720-443-5849 / 800-584-3034. The Warkentine Law Office is located in Broomfield, close to clients' homes and businesses, with easy access to the courts in surrounding counties.