You might be familiar with the concept of a prenuptial agreement, but did you know that it is possible to create a similar document after you tie the knot? Prenuptial and postmarital agreements both play an important role in financial planning and potential property division. Whether you are looking to protect your business assets, family heirlooms or your kids' inheritance, a postmarital agreement might just be the answer.
Protecting the future.
Today's high divorce rate. Economic security. Protection of assets. To negotiate what you want in a marital dissolution.
Most people, especially in our day and age of media-driven celebrity tales of marital discord and divorce, are arguably familiar with the basics of a prenuptial agreement -- what it entails, why it is written and when it is executed.
We have provided readers with relevant information concerning prenuptial agreements in prior blog posts, and thought that today we might follow that up with some points that are germane to a postnuptial agreement.