Bonnie Rossi Attorney at Law
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Bonnie Rossi, Attorney at Law, represents clients throughout the state of North Carolina, mainly in Guilford County in Greensboro and High Point, Forsyth County, Randolph County, Davidson County, Alamance County and Rockingham County. However, Bonnie Rossi also represents clients in other counties such as Catawba County, Chatham County, Scotland County, and Hoke County among others.
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Greensboro Premarital Agreements Lawyer

To protect yourself and your assets, it may be beneficial to seek the creation of a marital agreement either before or after marriage. I, Bonnie Rossi, Attorney at Law, have created, drafted, and reviewed a wide range of marital and premarital agreements for my family law clients throughout the course of my significant legal career.

It is important to understand that any agreement drafted must be very specific and thorough. This is done to prevent any future arguments stemming from vague and/or unclear wording in the document. In order to provide you with comprehensive protection, I am extremely detail-oriented and straightforward in drafting these documents.

Below are some of the types of marital agreements that previous clients found useful. Contact me to learn more about how one of these agreements may be suited to your specific situation.

Separation Agreement

In a separation agreement, provisions can be made for the division of debts and assets. It can also include a mutually agreed upon method of determining post-separation support and resolve issues related to the children, such as child support, and child custody. A move-out agreement can also be established in order to prevent any abandonment issues.

Prenuptial Agreement

If you wish to preserve your individual assets following the end of your marriage, then a prenuptial agreement may be appropriate to your situation. This document is a contract between you and your spouse-to-be, detailing your personal assets and protecting them from division in the event of a separation or divorce.

Postnuptial Agreement

A postnuptial agreement is designed to protect you much in the same way that premarital agreements are. However, a postnuptial agreement is created after the actual marriage has taken place.

Contact a North Carolina premarital agreements lawyer today to learn more about how to preserve your assets throughout the course of your marriage. Clients trust me, Bonnie Rossi, Attorney at Law, to understand their concerns and create documents that reflect their wishes. An initial consultation at my office is offered at a reduced rate, along with flexible appointment times for your convenience. Please call (336) 509-0183.