Pre-Marital & Post-Marital Property Agreements
A Pre-Marital Agreement (often referred to as a pre-nup, or pre-nuptial agreement) is a contract entered into between spouses prior to their marriage. The content of a prenuptial agreement can vary greatly depending on people’s desires, assets and liabilities, but usually includes provisions for division of property and avenues to ensure a proper division instead of costly fees. Duggan & Associates, PLLC attorneys can offer invaluable advice regarding the protection of one’s assets and talents through a pre-marital agreement. Although many are reluctant to investigate the issue, a prenuptial agreement can help lay a strong foundation for a couple’s life together, building early the tenants of communication and trust during the prenuptial drafting process.
A post-marital agreement is a contact entered into between spouses after they have been married. Our attorneys understand the complexities and vast importance of a post-nuptial agreement, especially for couples that have experienced a significant change in circumstances since their marriage, including changing laws occurring after the time of the marriage.