Pre/Post Nuptial Agreements

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Postnuptial Agreements

Postnuptial Agreements are binding contracts that are prepared and executed by and between married people. Typically, these types of Agreements are drafted when one party has inherited substantial or sentimental assets, has come into a significant amount of wealth, or has learned of the other spouse’s incurring of a substantial amount of debt. These types of Agreements can be very helpful to parties who want to protect themselves against the actions of their spouse after they are married.

Prenuptial Agreements

Many times, engaged couples who have substantial individual or family assets choose to enter into agreements with their bride/groom. Prenuptial Agreements are binding contracts that are prepared and executed prior to the parties’ date of marriage. These Agreements protect the couple in the event the marriage is unsuccessful. Prenuptial Agreements offer security and peace of mind and are useful to individuals under a number of circumstances. These contracts are designed specifically for your circumstances in order to mitigate your risks.