Pre- / Post-Nuptial Agreements

People now go into marriage more aware as to what could happen financially in the event of a divorce. Running a family business, receiving an inheritance, or coming into a second marriage make people take a more prudent—and realistic—approach.

A prenuptial agreement is intended to protect assets, and keep the spouses out of unnecessary litigation on these and other financial matters if the marriage dissolves.

A postnuptial agreement can be made by parties after years of marriage, but still with the same determination of how assets, support, or even attorneys fees can be addressed should the spouses find it necessary to divorce.

The negotiations and drafting of a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement take skill, empathy, and knowledge. The attorneys at Wayne and Jemilo understand the law, as well as the practical aspects of an equitable and enforceable prenuptial or a postnuptial agreement.