An Experienced Attorney For Your Family’s Legal Needs

Barba Inegol Law Firm PLLC assists clients in matters of immigration law. Attorney Fernanda Inegol also provides some family law services to her immigration clients. She has worked with clients throughout Texas who need quality legal advice. She aims to be thorough, communicative and helpful through the challenges you are facing. You can rest assured that your concerns will be addressed and your questions will be answered.

From Marriage To Separation, The Right Lawyer Can Handle It All

Fernanda and her team assist immigrants who are getting married to United States citizens or residents by drafting and reviewing prenuptial agreements, immigrants who are already married but in need of a postnuptial agreement and immigrants who got their immigration status through marriage but want to file for divorce. If you are a recent immigrant in need of a skilled, Spanish-speaking family law attorney, Fernanda can provide you with the help you deserve.

Prenuptial agreements, or “prenups,” are written contracts that are made between two people who are planning to get married. Prenups typically list all of the property and debts that belong to each party and outline what each party’s property rights will be after the marriage. No one gets married expecting to get divorced, but unfortunately, it’s a common occurrence. Disputes over marital assets can get ugly. A prenuptial agreement allows you to protect your personal and financial interests in the event that things don’t go as expected. You could avoid a costly and stressful legal battle by having a prenup contract signed ahead of time.

For Trusted Guidance, Call Today

Do you need an experienced and understanding family law attorney to help you with your prenuptial agreement? Call 210-475-3963 or fill out the contact form to request an appointment. Barba Inegol Law Firm PLLC assists clients in San Antonio, Austin and San Marcos. She is fluent in Spanish and takes Turkish consults upon request. Her paralegal is fluent in Portuguese.

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