Post Nuptial Agreements
A postnuptial agreement is very similar to a prenuptial agreement because it will address the details for dividing the couple’s martial property in case of separation or divorce. However, unlike a prenuptial agreement and postnuptial agreement is executed after the parties marry. It allows a couple to analyze their assets, debt and spending habits. Particularly if one party has been married before or has substantial assets a postnuptial agreement can be helpful. It can be used when negotiating probate issues or other estate planning concerns, protecting one spouse from inherited debt, assigning roles to specific spouses in a family business, establish protections in case of a spouse’s death. If you have any questions about postnuptial agreement, the Recalde Law Firm, PLLC will can address any and all questions you might have, contact us to set up your consultation.