Prenuptial agreements are well recognized and accepted by Texas courts. However, to ensure that your prenuptial agreement is upheld should you have to go to court on the issue, it is extremely important to make sure that it is drafted correctly and is properly executed. If your prenuptial agreement is not properly drafted, is unclear or confusing in its language or vague with respect to certain terms, or does not contain certain specific legal formalities, the agreement may not be recognized as valid and binding by the court.
To protect your financial interests and ensure the your prenuptial agreement is valid, we encourage you to contact the us at K&M so we can discuss your concerns, your goals and your marriage plans. We can evaluate your assets and your financial situation and recommend how you may best protect your interests, be they your children, a family business or a business you have built up yourself.