Family Law Agreements
One of the most romantic things a couple can do is discuss how they handle their finances. Money issues are the number one reason for divorce, and establishing a prenuptial agreement provides a platform for couples to discuss their financial future. It gives couples an opportunity to talk about how their family finances will be handled and take advantage of a neutral third-party professional.
Just like a prenuptial agreement, a postnuptial agreement is a contract that lays out terms regarding a couple’s assets, property, debt and income. Typically, spouses who want to develop a postnup have had substantial changes in their income, property or inheritance. Perhaps they always intended to draw a prenuptial, but ran out of time before the wedding.
Family law agreements typically include:
- Pre-nuptual agreements
- Post-nuptual agreements
- Marital Settlement Agreements