Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements

Many couples are reluctant to even discuss prenuptial and/or postnuptial agreements. Unfortunately, one in two marriages in the United States ends in divorce. You might dismiss this possibility now, while you are in love and looking forward to getting married, but many couples have thought the same thing and suffered the financial consequences.

At Dillman Law Group, we understand the reluctance to create prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, but experience teaches us that most couples should at the very least consider them. This is particularly true for couples who are blending families or families in which one or both prospective spouses own a large number of assets.

In short, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are not designed to plan for divorce. Rather, they can help ensure that in the unfortunate case of divorce, each party leaves the marriage with the property and assets they possessed when they entered the marriage.

For experienced legal counsel in creating a prenuptial and/or postnuptial agreement, contact us today for a consultation.