In recent years, more and more Georgia couples have opted to create a prenuptial agreement before getting married (or, for those Georgia couples who are already married, a postnuptial agreement or antenuptial agreement can accomplish many of the same things). If you are considering creating a Georgia prenup, we strongly advise that you seek the advise of one of our family law attorneys who can guide you through the process and help create an agreement that will work for you and your future spouse.
Bradford, Primm & Green has seen time and time again the terrible consequences of having to divide assets after a divorce when no prenuptial agreement was executed. Indeed, in highly emotional divorces even seemingly menial pieces of property can become the source of intense disagreement. A Georgia prenup can save time, hardship, money, and a good amount of ill will in the event of a divorce by clearly demarcating your property and the property of your future husband or wife before you wed. And again, even if you are already married, the same types of issues can be addressed for married couples through antenuptial or postnuptial agreements.