DIVORCE ATTORNEY, NASHVILLE TENNESSEE, FAMILY LAW LAWYER, CHILD CUSTODY      Audrey Lee Anderson
(615) 244-3000

In Tennessee, prenuptial agreements are valid and enforceable. A prenuptial agreement is a contract where a couple sets out in writing what will happen in the event of a divorce in the future. Here are some examples of what a Prenuptial Agreement may address:

  • Whether alimony will be paid in the future and setting the amount.
  • How property the couple obtains during their marriage will be divided.
  • Who will be responsible for paying certain debts incurred during the marriage.
  • Keeping your separate property separate, such as investment accounts and real property.

Some issues cannot be addressed in a Prenuptial Agreement such as naming a Primary Residential Parent (PRP) of your children, setting parenting time after a divorce, or specifying an amount of future child support.

When searching for an attorney to help draft a prenuptial agreement, you should find the best attorney for you who will craft an agreement that addresses your specific needs.

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Please contact our office to schedule a consultation regarding your prenuptial agreement. Our office has experience drafting and negotiating Prenuptial Agreements.
615-244-3000 or Audrey

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