A prenuptial agreement allows you and your intended spouse to determine how your property is handled if you divorce. Many people think prenuptial agreements are only for the very wealthy, but they can benefit many couples. Child support and parenting issues are considered separately.
Postnuptial agreements are similar to prenuptials, but are written after the couple is married. Changes in property or businesses created during the marriage can be specified as non-marital assets or can be distributed as part of a larger estate plan.
The wording of a prenuptial agreement is very important, because it can be deemed unenforceable if done incorrectly. It is crucial to have the guidance of an experienced attorney when creating a pre- or postnuptial agreement. Haskin Law has the experience, and will take the time to make sure your wishes are reflected in the agreement.