Pre and postnuptial agreements are not just for the rich and famous, many couples can benefit from these agreements. If your spouse takes out a credit card without your knowledge, under Texas law, you are both responsible for that debt- unless you have a prenup in place. Join us for a live webinar featuring Texas Legal network attorney Rashelle Fetty of The Fetty Firm, P.C., as she discusses the basics of a prenuptial agreement. Rashelle Fetty has owned and operated her law firm for the past 8 years. She practices family law in Colleyville, mainly focusing on estate planning, divorce, child custody, and adoptions.
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The Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreement benefit under the Preferred and Secure Plan covers representation for a Participant regarding document drafting and review for a premarital agreement (also known as a prenuptial agreement) or marital property agreement (also known as postnuptial agreement) where the Participant is a party to the agreement and no issue in the agreement is contested. For more details regarding benefits, please contact Texas Legal at 1-800-252-9346 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disclaimer: Watching or engaging in this video does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and Rashelle Fetty of The Fetty Firm, P.C. Nothing in this video should be taken or relied upon as legal advice. The topics discussed herein are for general informational purposes only. You are encouraged to seek independent legal advice regarding your specific facts and circumstances. This video is not a solicitation or offer of representation. Please do not send any confidential information during this video as such communications are not protected under any privilege.