Pre-nuptial and Post-nuptial Agreements

Determining how assets, debts and property rights are divided in a divorce or after a death can require prolonged litigation if a pre-marital or post-marital agreement does not exist. Our attorneys will draft strategic documents that meet your individual needs.

A pre-nuptial agreement ensures your estate is distributed according to your desires and protects your property from your spouse. When children from a prior marriage are present, a pre-nuptial agreement also protects their interests in your estate.

Post-nuptial agreements, which are drafted after a marriage, help resolve disagreements over finances, assets and children and guide a couple toward harmonious living. Often, couples seek post-nuptial agreements when one spouse’s financial picture changes due to a career change, investments, an inheritance or the sale of real estate or a business.

Couples with complex economic situations are prudent to seek a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement. Our firm will discuss your options and guide you toward the one that suits your needs.

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