What Is A Prenuptial Agreement?

You’re getting married. You want to spend the rest of your life with your soulmate. And you’re prepared to do whatever it takes to make the relationship successful.

But what happens if divorce is an option later in the marriage? Do you have a plan for the assets and financials that once were yours alone? How will you transition through a divorce and keep your dignity?

At the Heather Lynn Law Firm, you can get a free consultation to determine if a prenuptial agreement is right for you and your spouse. A prenup is a contractual agreement establishing how financials and property will be split if you and your spouse decide to divorce. Remember, too, that a prenup is a living, breathing document that can be changed post-marriage.

What Is A Postnuptial Agreement?

If you’re married and want to create an agreement with your spouse regarding financials and property, you can have a postnuptial agreement created. Or, if you’ve had a prenup agreement created, you can hire a lawyer like Heather Lynn to alter or amend your original prenup agreement post marriage.

Your marriage will grow over time, and the acquisition, growth, or release of assets may prompt a revisiting of your prenuptial agreements. This revisit may prompt updates or changes to your agreement.

When To Call A Pre or Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer

The moment that conversations between you and your spouse-to-be begin, you ought to call a prenup or postnup agreement lawyer. You and your partner will need to work out the details, and it’s best done with a lawyer in the room.

Call Heather Lynn Law today for a free consultation.