Many couples who are planning to marry benefit from entering into a prenuptial agreement. A prenup can not only protect each person’s separate property for themselves, their children, parents or other family members, but it can provide protection for each spouse in the event of unlikely circumstances such as separation or death.
It is a good idea to speak to an attorney about the rights and responsibilities that arise from the marital relationship when considering marriage.
There are times when difficulties arise in the marital relationship, but the couple does not desire a divorce. Postnuptial agreements which define financial rights and responsibilities between a couple may ease tensions and allow the relationship to continue.
Susan offers a free 30 minute consultation to discuss the ways in which prenuptial and postnuptial agreements may be negotiated.