Do I need my own lawyer for a North Carolina prenuptial agreement?
Yes, one prenuptial agreement lawyer cannot represent the interests of both you and your spouse. In order for your prenuptial agreement to be valid:
- It must be in writing and completed before the marriage.
- It must be fair and reasonable, and both parties must have fully disclosed all assets and liabilities.
- Each spouse should have his or her own prenuptial agreement lawyer to prepare and go over the agreement. Your attorney should answer any prenup questions you have before you sign the agreement.
Contact the experienced and sensitive prenuptial agreement attorneys at Charles R. Ullman & Associates today to discuss your situation and figure out what makes sense for you. Schedule a consultation today.