THE PREMARITAL AND MARITAL AGREEMENT

For U.S. Gentlemen and Women concerned with separation and divorce rates and who wish to protect current assets and income, the Premarital Agreement offers a powerful strategy.

A Premarital Agreement, also known as a Prenuptial or Antenuptial Agreement, establishes the obligations of the spouses before marriage, and is enforceable provided that both parties fully understand all provisions, the provisions are "fair and reasonable", and both parties make full disclosure of assets beforehand. Naturally, a Premarital Agreement with a Filipina(o) Spouse will need to be translated in writing into Tagalog or other local dialect by an official-approved translator and exhibit the translator's signature and seal.

You can find out more about Premarital Agreements by reading this Article:

For those who are seriously considering the Premarital Agreement, we suggest the following:

1. Review the PROFILE GUIDELINES for Premarital Agreement Candidate (See Below)

2. CALL OR E-MAIL Our Office to Advise Us of Your Interest

3. Fill Out the Online Fillable QUESTIONNAIRE AND REQUEST FOR ASSET LIST (PDF)

4. Print and Sign the PROFESSIONAL CONTRACT FOR PREMARITAL AGREEMENT (PDF)

5. Mail the Questionnaire Answers and Asset List, and signed Professional Contract to Our Office, with a Non-Refundable Retainer-Deposit Check and Money Order of $350.00 to: Law Offices of Gary G. Bala, 201 Ellis Road, Suite #1, Havertown, PA 19083 USA

PROFILE GUIDELINES FOR PREMARITAL AGREEMENT CANDIDATE
(*Check These Profile Guidelines to Test Your Need for A Premarital Agreement)
1. Net Worth of $250K or Higher
2. Income Level of Six Figures or Higher
3. Age 40 or Older
4. Ownership of Significant Business or Property
5. Professional Degree holders
6. Significant savers and investors, with 401(K) plans, hedge funds, stock plans, so on,
7. U.S. Gentlemen and Women with Children from a Previous Marriage
8. U.S. Gentlemen and Women with Significant Need for Asset Protection other than simply a House or Residence
9. U.S. Gentlemen and Women Willing and Able to Disclose All Their Assets, and Willing and Able to Offer A Reasonable Property Distribution Settlement to the Prospective Spouse

Premarital Agreement Fees and Costs
$1500.00
*$350 Retainer-Deposit Requested (Non-Refundable)
Attorney Fee for Premarital Agreement
$250.00 Fee for Translation by Official-Approved Translator (In cases of Spanish Translations which are extensive and unusual, or in cases of translations other than Spanish.)

Disclaimer
Please understand that because we do not control the future actions of a state court judge in your home state, we cannot promise or guarantee any given result under a Premarital Agreement. Please note that our office does not provide Premarital Agreement services in some states due to their state law requirements for Premarital Agreements.

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