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Premarital / Prenuptial Agreements:
A prenuptial agreement is drafted and lawfully agreed to prior to a marriage taking place. For the most part, a prenuptial agreement is designed to protect the assets and property of one or both parties in the event a marriage eventually fails. A prenuptial agreement can stipulate conditions of wealth distribution or a settlement amount in the event of divorce. A prenuptial agreement may also include clauses, such as conditions that are executed if children occur during the marriage, or even clauses that may void part or the whole of the premarital agreement in the event of infidelity. Basically, a prenuptial agreement may include anything that the person drafting the prenuptial agreement may think of or anything that the other party requests to be added for their protection as well.
A postnuptial agreement is a legally documented agreement on all issues that are included in the postnuptial agreement that relate to an impending divorce. Common issues included in a postnuptial agreement include the amount of alimony to be paid, child custody, child visitation schedules, the amount of child support that is to be paid, and the distribution of marital assets and property. Postnuptial agreements may also include schedules for holidays, birthdays, and special events with the children.
Marital Separation Agreements:
A separation agreement is a document that stipulates amicably reached solutions to issues that would normally be involved in a divorce during a period of separation of spouses. This separation could be due to the spouses choosing not to live together for a specific or unknown duration of time, one of the spouses working for an extended duration of time geographically away from the family, or during a long drawn out divorce process. A marital separation agreement often includes many or all the same issues relating to a divorce. Because a separation is not legally permanent, a marital separation agreement is considered a Temporary Court Order.
Call Attorney, Kimberly M. Soto at 321.972.2279 about your Marital Agreement, Divorce, or other Family Law needs.
The Soto Law Office, P.A. is conveniently located in Altamonte Springs, FL near I-4, and proudly serves Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, and Volusia Counties.
The Soto Law Office, P.A.
Monday - Friday
9:00 am-5:00 pm
Evening and weekend hours available by appointment.
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Kimberly M. Soto is the Owner and Managing Attorney of The Soto Law Office, P.A.
Ms. Soto is a member of the Florida Bar Association and Orange County Bar Association, including their Young Lawyers Sections.
Ms. Soto was awarded her Juris Doctor Degree from The George Washington University Law School.
Ms. Soto was awarded her Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Relations from the honors program at Rollins College, and graduated Magna cum laude.
Ms. Soto is also a member of the Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers, the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, and the Citrus Club.