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Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements in Washington State can be complicated, depending on a number of variables. We can help you understand your legal rights.

Our Washington State prenuptial agreement lawyers are here to help you understand your legal rights and protect your assets.

Even though a person might enter into a marriage believing that it will last forever, sometimes circumstances change and they are left with only divorce as an option. Divorce is a common occurrence in Washington State, so before entering into a marriage it’s a good idea to consider how a divorce would affect your assets with help from our team of experienced attorneys.

A Washington State family law attorney can provide you with a better understanding about how prenuptial agreements work, because there are a lot of misconceptions about how they are fashioned. First and foremost, the contract must be fair and balanced or it will not hold up in family court at a later date. Our Washington State prenuptial agreement attorneys can help you create a document that is free from bias, and considers the legal rights of both spouses.

Experience is vital when considering how to artfully craft these sensitive documents, and our Washington State prenuptial agreement lawyers have the real-world experience that you’re looking for. A Washington family law attorney from our law firm can help you protect your assets whether you are already in a long term relationship or are planning your own wedding.

Don’t fail to consider your own needs and then find yourself forced to start over financially a few short years later.

Our prenuptial agreement lawyers in Washington State understand how to create a well written contract.
When developing an agreement between you and your spouse-to-be, our skilled and efficient lawyers have a variety of legal tools at their disposal. One of the primary objectives will be to minimize future issues that deal with family law and questions involving property ownership.

Your Washington State family law attorney will draft an agreement that shows which party controls each asset and how they are shared as time passes during the marriage. This is the kind of realistic approach that will have the best chance of holding up in Washington family law court well into the future.

Our Washington State prenuptial agreement lawyers offer a free case evaluation to anyone who would like more information about how to protect their assets before getting married. We will treat you with the courtesy and attention you deserve, and provide you with reliable information meant to help you take the next step.

Do everything you can to create a binding agreement that withstands the test of time by contacting one of our experienced legal professionals today.


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Give us a call, even if you're unsure about what your future holds. One of our Washington State divorce attorneys would be happy to meet with you, listen to the circumstances of your case, and tell you honestly whether your situation is something you can handle yourself or whether you're getting in over your head. A consultation can be extremely revealing; there could be issues you may have overlooked. If you don't need us, we'll tell you so. If you do need us, you'll be glad you made the call.

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Jason S. Newcombe

The Law Offices of Jason S. Newcombe has been handling Washington State divorce and family law cases for over two decades now. And, we understand how every divorce affects our clients on the deepest and most personal level. Jason is passionate about his work, and he genuinely cares about his clients and the results that he achieves for them. All of the Washington State divorce attorneys that work with Jason and his team are exceptional lawyers who pride themselves on being results oriented and cost effective.  Jason has been an over achiever for most of his life.  As an undergraduate, he accomplished a quadruple major while attending the University of Oregon Honors College.  He then graduated summa cum laude (Top 5%) from Boston College Law School. Read Bio