Warrenton Prenuptial Agreement Attorney

Paul A. Morrison

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Recognition: Paul A. Morrison

Member of the American Association for Justice and the Virginia Trial Lawyer’s Association

Admitted to practice before all Federal Courts in Virginia as well as the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court

Member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum

Across Northern Virginia, especially in Fauquier, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William counties, there is a growing population of wealthy residents. If you are one of those people, and you are planning a marriage, it may be wise to take precautions.

At Morrison, Ross and Whelan in Warrenton, Virginia, our attorneys can help you draft, negotiate and review a prenuptial agreement that will protect your best interests in the event of a divorce, while being fair with your future spouse.

We Can Help You Determine If A Prenup Is Right For You

For many young couples embarking on their first marriage and who do not have a great deal of assets, a prenuptial agreement may not be the right fit; it should be a case-by-case analysis.

According to Virginia law, a prenuptial agreement cannot determine child custody and child support. It can, however, provide crucial protection when it comes to asset division and spousal support. For many individuals contemplating a second marriage and who have a great deal of assets that they wish to protect, a prenuptial agreement can be a useful safeguard.

Similar to any other type of settlement related to a divorce, it is important that you do not try to negotiate a prenuptial agreement on your own. Additionally, avoid one-size-fits-all agreements. Instead, work with lawyers who understand the complex asset valuation issues that are a hallmark of most property division and spousal support disputes.

With decades of combined experience in complex family law litigation, our attorneys have the know-how to help you negotiate an effective prenuptial agreement. It is in your best interest to work with attorneys who can prevent you from agreeing to something that will cost you in the long run. Contact Morrison, Ross and Whelan today to learn more.