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Pre-marital and Post-marital Agreements

 

Pre- and post-marital agreements, or 'pre-nups,' allow you to control how assets and debts are divided in a divorce. If you get divorced and do not have a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, it will be up to the court to determine how to divide the assets and debts of the marriage. Our skilled family law attorneys can prepare a comprehensive premarital agreement for you, to help you keep control over these important decisions within your family.

 

A post-marital agreement contains the same elements as a pre-marital agreement, but is entered into after the couple is legally married. Both types of agreements contain many complex provisions, and it is important to have skilled representation when preparing them.

 

 

To set up an appointment with one of our knowledgeable pre and post-marital agreement attorneys, please call our office at 520-795-7300