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Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer


Agreements are for Protecting Your Children & Assets

Many people think that prenuptial agreements are only for “planning for divorce.” While it is true that prenuptial and postnuptial agreements will play a role in the unfortunate case of divorce, they should not be viewed as planning for divorce. They should be viewed as a means to protect your children and your assets in the future.


At Remy Law Firm we assist individuals and married couples in creating agreements either before or after marriage. With 26 years of experience writing these agreements, we are very familiar with what language is needed in these agreements to protect your future.


Common Uses of Agreements


  • Protecting Your Children

A prenuptial agreement is helpful if you are entering into a marriage with children from a previous relationship and you want to make sure they inherit their share of your property.


  • Debt Protection

Many of us bring both debts and assets into a marriage. Creditors will sometimes use community property to satisfy the debt of just one spouse. A well written prenuptial agreement can limit your liability for each other’s debts.


  • Protecting Your Property

Louisiana is a community property state, which means that when you die or get divorced the community property will be divided either by agreement or by the court. You can avoid a court dividing your property with a prenuptial agreement.



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Remy Law Firm has been helping people with prenuptial and postnuptial agreements for 26 years. 


Call us today!

We offer flat fee billing so that there are no surprises when paying for your agreement. 

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