Prenuptial agreements, signed before two people marry, and postnuptial agreements, signed after marriage, are contracts that determine what happens to each party’s individual assets and any joint assets in the event of divorce, legal separation or death. While the contents of these agreements can vary, they typically include provisions regarding property division and spousal support. If you are considering entering into one of these agreements, you need a skilled lawyer to help you to properly document your wishes.
At Godwin Law Firm, we represent people in a wide range of family law concerns, including drafting prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Our law firm is dedicated to providing every client with a high level of professional and personal service. We will take the time to understand your situation and your needs in order to advise on the options that will work best for you. We draft and review prenuptial and postnuptial agreements for Wilmington, North Carolina and surrounding counties.
Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
Most people think of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements as a way for individuals of both high and average wealth to protect their assets and themselves. These agreements have multiple benefits, including:
Protecting the assets of each spouse
Protecting a spouse from assuming the debts of the other spouse
Determining maintenance in the event of a divorce
Clarifying financial rights and responsibilities during the marriage
Avoiding long, costly, disputes in the event of divorce
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