your marriage milford ctA marriage is a deeply personal thing, but it is also an area that is overseen by the courts. When you need to end this partnership, the state of Connecticut has its own laws and rules surrounding how things must go. This can include the discussion of custody for any shared children, as the state has an interest in seeing that they are raised in a healthy manner. Money is another area in which the law has a say.

With our team of knowledgeable divorce attorneys at The Law Office of Larracuente & Golden in Milford, CT, you can make sure that you are taking positive steps. At the start of a new marriage, talk to us about the creation of a premarital agreement, which details the terms of separation before you two enter into matrimony. We are also here to help you through the end of your marriage, so if you need to talk about financial division, set up a time to talk. For more information, give us a call!

Could A Premarital Agreement Help You In The Future?

When you think about starting a marriage, you might be understandably focused on the positives. But there may come a day when you two decide that marriage is not the best option for you. If you are just dating, then splitting up can be relatively simple, but when marriage is involved, then the court has a say in how things go down.

One way to protect yourself should your marriage eventually end is known as a premarital agreement. This is a document that has been agreed to by both parties in the marriage, and it details what should happen if the marriage ends. Premarital agreements can discuss a variety of topics, so if you want to know more, set up a time to meet with our team.

Navigating Financial Division In Your Divorce

Premarital agreements are not ironclad, but they can be helpful in working with your judge. This is because, in our state, the law is clear that both parties in a divorce must receive an “equitable” share of the shared wealth. While this does not necessarily mean equal, it is a sign that financial division must occur. Navigating this tricky area can be a struggle, and having the right legal team by your side can make all the difference. Our team is here to help you to understand all of your options.

Talk With The Trusted Team In Milford, CT

When you marry someone, you connect yourself to their finances, so take the time to know your options. To learn more about financial division in divorce or premarital agreements, give us a call at The Law Office of Larracuente & Goulden, LLC in Milford, CT at (203)951-6688.