Postnuptial Agreement Attorney in Pensacola
80+ Years of Family Law Experience
Planning for your future should be an ongoing process, and even after you’ve tied the knot, you might still need to create a postnuptial agreement. While most people know that prenuptial agreements can help protect your assets before you marry, not everyone knows you can create a postnuptial agreement to plan for the future even after your marriage has taken place. If you are interested in establishing a postnuptial agreement for yourself and your spouse, our family law attorneys can help.
Why Choose Us?
Our family lawyers at The Virga Law Firm, P.A. are committed to helping individuals, couples, and families throughout the Pensacola area with their legal issues. Family law can be emotional, complex, and problematic, which is why our skilled, aggressive representation works well to defend the rights of our clients in a variety of situations. In order to protect your properties and plan for your future, consider discussing the various benefits of a postnuptial agreement with our firm.
Call 850-999-5857 today to schedule a consultation with our Pensacola postnuptial agreement lawyers.
Can You Get a Prenup After You're Already Married?
Yes. A postnuptial agreement is a contract that is entered into by the parties after a couple marries. This document generally protects individuals from the uncertainties that may arise if a couple decides to divorce due to the rights a person gains when they marry.
Unlike prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements require full financial disclosure. Under Florida statute, postnuptial agreements are void if one of the parties was fraudulent when entering into the agreement. Other acts such as duress and coercion also make a postnuptial agreement void.
The Benefits of a Postnuptial Agreement
Postnuptial agreements are legally binding documents that help couples establish what would happen if their marriage ended in a divorce. However, this document can do more than just protect your assets and properties if your marriage dissolves, it can also help each spouse understand the responsibilities of the other. Postnuptial documents can outline the duties of each spouse, including financial responsibilities, property management, and other responsibilities relating to the marriage or any shared assets. If you or your spouse own a business, a postnuptial agreement can help protect your interests, too.
If you are interested in establishing a postnuptial agreement, our firm is here to help. We are available for same-day consultations and we accept calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Schedule a consultation with our Pensacola postmarital agreement lawyers. Contact The Virga Law Firm, P.A. today!