Do Postnuptial Agreements Offer Protection?
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As with many of life’s endeavors, planning ahead of time is critical in avoiding any bumps along the road. Needless to say, a solid plan in place helps people achieve their goals. When preparing for marriage and the years ahead, many couples choose to do this by creating a prenuptial agreement. This can protect many assets and properties from falling by the wayside in the event of divorce.
Postnuptial agreements, on the other hand, offer couples a chance to make plans after they have already been married. The legal requirements are similar between both pre and postnuptial agreements; however, the main difference between the two is that postnuptial agreements require full disclosure your finances.
To discuss your postnuptial agreement, call The Virga Law Firm, P.A. at (850) 257-7086.
What Are the Advantages?
Postnuptial agreements allow married couples to decide what will happen in case their marriage dissolves or one passes away prematurely.