Establishing Protections Before Marriage

Is A Prenuptial Agreement Really Necessary?

A prenuptial or premarital agreement is not required by law to get married. So, in that sense, it is not necessary.

Is A Prenuptial Or Postnuptial Agreement A Good Idea?


Contrary to what you may have heard from friends and loved ones, a prenuptial agreement is not about being selfish or refusing to share your assets with your spouse. It is about making sure the people you care about most are protected and have the resources they need.

Experienced Attorneys For Prenuptial Agreements

At Worsham Law Firm, P.A., we help men and women throughout central Arkansas create prenuptial agreements, providing them with legal protections and peace of mind. We can help you determine whether this is the right course of action for you and, if the answer is yes, make sure your agreement is prepared to stand the test of time.

Is This Your First Marriage?

Anyone can get a prenuptial agreement, but it is especially important for people with children who are remarrying. Prenuptial agreements help parents ensure that their children’s inheritances are protected and that some assets are not intermingled with their marital assets.

Do You Own A Business?

Business assets and business succession plans can be very complex on their own before entering a new marriage into the equation. A prenuptial agreement can protect the finances of a business, allowing operations to continue smoothly.

Find Out What You Need To Know

Is a prenuptial agreement right for you? An experienced lawyer from our firm can walk you through all of your options. Contact our Little Rock office today via email or call us at 501-228-0668 or 501-490-9379 to schedule your free initial consultation.