Divorce Planning

Why Should I Plan For Divorce?

Few people enter marriage expecting it will end one day. Nevertheless, Virginia has one of the highest divorce rates in the country. Despite the best intentions of many Virginians, one in 10 will experience this trauma at some point in their lives.

People buy life insurance in case they die unexpectedly. They contribute to 401(k)s in expectation that they will age and need to retire. At Lutins & Pilgreen, PC, in Roanoke, we help our clients plan for divorce.

Our divorce preparation lawyers can help you create a divorce plan accounting for these and other situations:

  • Prenuptial agreements/premarital agreements to determine divorce terms prior to a marriage
  • Marital agreements to determine property, custody and support rights while remaining in a marriage
  • Separation agreements to determine divorce terms during the typical six-month to one-year waiting period before Virginia divorces can be finalized
  • Post-marital agreements for married couples who require further clarification about their roles and obligations or to redefine them after a change in circumstances

Protect Your Home, Assets And Children

By creating a divorce agreement now with your spouse, you can determine, in advance, how you will divide money, property, homes, retirement accounts, credit card debts and other matters of financial interest to both of you. Likewise, you can predetermine your child custody and support arrangements so that you and your spouse know what to expect.

Retain our lawyers now, and you and your spouse can avoid conflict and uncertainty, while saving time and money that would otherwise be wasted on expensive litigation in court. It isn't a stretch to say that by planning for divorce today, you will be doing yourself and your children a favor down the road.

And what if you never divorce? You will still have the peace of mind that comes with having a plan.

Contact Our Lawyers Today

The attorneys at Lutins & Pilgreen, PC, are highly experienced in divorce and family law matters, and have created useful and far-sighted divorce plans for numerous clients. To learn more about how we can help you, contact us online or by calling 540-627-5150. Our property division agreement and parenting plan lawyers are ready to assist you.