***TO ALL POTENTIAL SPOUSES AND WORRIED LOVED ONES: If your interested in marriage insurance, also known as a prenuptial agreement, call my office today at 956-516-9044 or email at email@example.com.***
Love endures all things. Marriages, however, aren't always so durable. And, while no one wants to start their marriage thinking that it might not work out, the reality is that the divorce rate is too high to ignore. Instead of getting gloomy and depressed about it, though, I always recommend thinking of it the same way you might think about any other type of insurance (e.g. car, life, accidental death)--you pray you never need it, but you and your loved ones feel much better knowing you have it.
Here are 5 good reasons you need marriage insurance, also known as a prenuptial agreement.
1. You won't have to think about what would happen in the event of a divorce ever again.
In most cases, after a couple has gone through the process of getting a prenup, they never think about what would happen if they got divorced ever again. They already know. That's because a prenup covers most aspects of a divorce--from future child custody to division of assets. Once couples go through this worst-case scenario with me, and we get it written down on paper, they often feel relieved and don't find a need to discuss it or worry about it again. If you'd like that same piece of mind, call the Law Office of Christian Davila at 956-516-9044 today.
2. It will make your relationship stronger.
Knowing that someone isn't interested in marrying you for your assets--but because they actually love you and don't stand to gain anything from being married to you other than the joy of being married to you--will give you a magnificent feeling. That act of vulnerability is often seen as a real act of love, and most couples who get a prenup tell me that it helped their relationship solidify before taking the big leap into marriage. If you'd like to fortify your relationship before tying the knot, call the Law Office of Christian Davila soon at 956-516-9044.
3. It'll make your family and friends feel better.
Even though their opinions should be taken with a grain of salt, know that having a prenup will make everyone who cares about you feel much better about your marriage. Let's face it--loved ones don't always agree with the decision to get married, but when they find out your protected if things don't work out, they'll find it easier to get on board with the wedding. If you're the loved one who's worrying about a soon-to-be spouse, tell them to call the Law Office of Christian Davila at 956-516-9044 immediately.
4. Your decisions regarding finances will be easier to manage.
Most of the time, each spouse who enters into a prenuptial agreement will agree to manage their own financial affairs. That means that all debt, as well as assets and income, will be designated to those who accrued them. Since finances and assets have already been discussed in great detail before the marriage, there's no awkwardness about talking to each other about money. Most couples find it easier, therefore, to discuss and decide on who will pay which household expenses. Also, a spouse's act of helping the other spouse with their finances will be seen as an act of love, instead of an act of obligation.
5. If you do ever split, the process will be MUCH easier.
It cannot be expressed in words how extremely challenging divorce can be. Those emotional challenges almost always give way to an explosive, expensive legal war that often lasts as long as the marriage itself or longer. Very, very few divorcing couples can agree on things amicably; however, almost ALL potential spouses can agree on almost EVERYTHING before they get married. If your able to make all the hard, logic-based decisions before you get married, it will free you from the burden of fighting for everything during a divorce.
Prenuptial agreements often get a bad rap, but in the end, the benefits far outweigh any consequences. Just like all types of insurance, you hope you never need it, but you'll be VERY happy to have it if you do.
Before you get married, call the Law Office of Christian Davila at 956-999-6545 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll help you start your marriage on the right foot!
Attorney Christian A. Davila
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