Work with our Virginia Collaborative Divorce Professionals for your marital agreementsIn the event of a divorce, death or separation, marital property is distributed as seen fit by a divorce court judge. In order to avoid confusing and sometimes frustrating marital property distributions and judgments, couples can opt to make pre-planned marital agreements. In these agreements, property such as money and real estate are addressed and distribution is agreed upon by both parties. There are three kinds of marital agreements that most couples are eligible for and that our team of Virginia Collaborative Divorce attorneys can draft and file for you. These include:
Why Consider Prenuptial or Premarital Agreements?
Property Division - Asset Preservation
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