Prenups & Estate Planning








Prenuptial agreements (also called Antenuptial Agreements) can protect assets, protect from liabilities, and protect certain types of future earnings. Prenups must carefully follow established law or they can be invalidated. Certain types of future obligations cannot be decided by a prenup – such as the amount of child support. Ideally, a completed Florida Prenup Agreement, should be in the hands of the other future spouse or his/her attorney several months before the marriage.

  • Last Will & Testament 

  • Codicils

  • Trusts 

  • Living Wills/Power of Attorney

  • Notary

  • Guardianship