Why an Agreement After Marriage?
Unlike a prenuptial agreement which takes place before the marriage, Post Nuptials are useful as a couple’s marriage evolves, so may the roles of both parties. If one party decides to venture into a family business or invest money in an opportunity, the other may not want to follow in the same direction. A way of keeping one spouse’s credit or financial interests separate in this scenario is to devise a Post Nuptial Agreement. An Agreement may simply be protection from liability for the actions or business ventures of the other. A post nuptial agreement can also help partners agree to a fair settlement or compensation if one has given up career goals to raise a family. If one spouse is supporting the other’s educational pursuits, that investment may be compensated as part of the terms of a Post Nuptial Agreement.
How We Can Help
Our firm will give you the most up to date and unbiased information to help you decide the best course of action and what details you want a Post Nuptial Agreement to address. This legal document can be as customized and unique as the parties involved. We will take the time to listen to your situation and evaluate how best to help draft an Agreement you are comfortable with. We will explain the nuances of a Post Nuptial Agreement you have been presented with and make sure your needs are addressed. Your protection will be our primary focus as you take this step in your marriage. Our Firm understands the sensitivity needed to help both parties feel heard and understood. Our negotiating skills and respect for the marriage will help us best present your side or needs.
While many legal matters pertaining to married couples are contentious, a Post Nuptial Agreement needs to be agreeable to both parties. We will help you communicate clearly, ensure you are heard, and help you move forward feeling confident in your future. We work closely with individuals and give our cases the time needed to reach a favorable resolution. Let us be an advocate in your corner when you decide the time is right to pursue a Post Nuptial Agreement.
The Attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC, are ready to help you. Contact us today to set up your free initial consultation. (339) 298-2300.