Before getting married, some people choose to sign a prenuptial agreement. This agreement basically states how the marital assets will be divided in case a divorce should occur. While in the past, these may have been perceived with some negativity, these agreements are nothing to be ashamed of and are more and more common. In fact, these agreements often alleviate many of the negative feelings that occur at the end of marriages by providing a structured, agreed-upon ending. Likewise, postnuptials are simply prenuptials made after the date of marriage.
The John Roberts Law Firm will explain your default rights if you did not have a pre or postnuptial agreement. Additionally, we will explain your rights after you sign the agreement and what you are giving up and/or receiving. We can also draft personalized pre and postnuptial agreements to fit you and your partner’s exact needs to help facilitate a happy and lasting marriage.
Contact the John Roberts Law Firm today to schedule an initial consultation.