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A Tucson Prenuptial Attorney

Your Experienced Lawyer For Prenuptial Agreements

At Centuori & Associates, PC, we work closely with couples to create a prenuptial agreement that meets their goals and limits conflict. Our founding attorney, Steve Centuori, is a certified mediator who has experience in finding amicable solutions to complex legal problems. As your representation, he will discuss your needs and create a personalized prenuptial agreement that protects you.

In your consultation at our Tucson office, we can answer your prenuptial agreement questions. Our office helps people across Southern Arizona, including all of Pima County. Call us now at 520-314-6526 to set up your consultation.

What Exactly Is A Prenuptial Agreement?

In an Arizona divorce, marital property must be divided equitably. A prenuptial agreement allows either spouse to protect their property from division in case of a divorce. These agreements can let both parties understand their finances before marriage and can prevent an extended divorce settlement dispute.

You can use a prenuptial agreement for many reasons, including to:

  • Ensure that one spouse retains control of a business
  • Protect a person’s assets from division
  • Determine who will receive property after a spouse’s death
  • Prevent a party from assuming another’s debts

Our compassionate attorneys have years of experience with prenups, and they can help you prevent potential problems. By working with us early in the process, we can guide you to a happy resolution for all parties.

Talk To A Knowledgeable Family Law Attorney Now

In your consultation, we will give you an idea of what you can expect from the prenuptial process. You can call us at 520-314-6526 to schedule your consultation. We also have a contact form that you can use to send us questions.

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Similarly, prenuptial agreements, also called prenups, have earned a bad reputation. Creating these agreements does not have to be a negative experience and these documents can protect the rights of both parties in a marriage.