We’ve all heard plenty about prenuptial agreements, but we hear less about postnuptial agreements. Both are contracts that address financial issues between married parties, but prenuptial agreements are entered into prior to marriage, while postnuptial agreements are entered into after the couple is married. If you’re interested in learning more about postnuptial agreements, consult with an experienced Austin postnuptial agreement attorney from Philley Law today.
People have all kinds of ideas about what prenuptial – and, by association, postnuptial – agreements are all about, but many of these ideas aren’t well-founded. Postnuptial agreements are not an indictment of your marriage, they do not mean that you are more likely to obtain a divorce, and they are not a tool for cheating your spouse out of what is rightfully his or hers. Both of you should have separate legal representation to help ensure that your individual rights are well-protected.
Again, postnuptial agreements are legal contracts that succinctly address whatever financial concerns the involved parties wish to address, and there are a variety of reasons why a couple might be interested in entering into such an agreement. Consider the following:
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