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A properly drafted prenuptial and post-nuptial agreement can serve to define and protect the rights and interests of both parties. Entering into such an agreement does not have to be an emotionally charged process. With the guidance of an experienced lawyer, a prenuptial and post-nuptial agreement can be a practical, relatively easy solution that may prevent future disputes or difficulties.
A post-nuptial agreement can perform many of the same functions as a prenuptial agreement, but it is established after the marriage. Circumstances that may lead a couple to pursue a post-marital agreement include:
- Significant change in financial status
- Career change
- Substantial inheritance
A well-drafted prenuptial agreement can help you:
- Protect your assets
- Avoid costly disputes in the event of a divorce
- Define marital and separate property
- Protect the interests of children from a previous marriage
- Define future alimony and maintenance payments and obligations
Whichever type of agreement you are considering, it is important to make sure it is detailed and without ambiguity. Our goal in these matters is to help our clients establish a legal framework for future stability and prosperity.
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