Prenuptial agreements—legally binding documents that protect one or both marriage partners from undesirable division of assets, business risk and other marital hazards, must be handled with tact and deliberation before both marriage and divorce.
As perceptive, deliberate negotiators, George Read Coleman and Scott Richards Samuel have the ability to craft iron-clad prenuptial agreements that provide the desired protections, butyet leave both parties feeling comfortable and confident regarding the strength of their relationship.
George Read Coleman and Scott Richards Samuel’s knowledge of what makes a prenuptial agreement enforceable also enables her to identify poorly designed documents that might be invalidated should one spouse later attempt such an action.
Whether you seek to craft a prenuptial agreement that will effectively protect you and your interests yet be palatable to your spouse-to-be, or exploring whether or not an existing document can be pierced, George Read Coleman and Scott Richards Samuel will examine every angle in their efforts to achieve the best possible result for you. George Read Coleman and Scott Richards Samuel recognize that each case is unique and they strive to provide the best possible advice based upon each respective client’s situation.
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George Read Coleman and Scott Richards Samuel serve clients in Jefferson and Orleans Parish, in New Orleans, Metairie, Kenner, River Ridge, Harahan, LaPlace, Algiers, Gretna, Marrero and other metro New Orleans areas.
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