Post & Prenuptial Agreements

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When you are preparing for your wedding, or after your big day, the legal aspects and preparations may not be the most exciting, but they are very important. This includes putting together a well-drafted prenuptial or postnuptial agreement which covers all of the necessary grounds to prepare for your future. Although this may not seem very romantic, it is an important step when you are getting married. Not only can it provide you and your spouse with a sense of security, but it can handle your concerns about your financial assets and how they will be protected. An experienced Irving family law attorney may be able to assist you in drafting your prenuptial agreement.

Why Should I Draft an Agreement?

With divorce rates in the U.S. so high, it is important to think ahead. Should the worst happen, your future and your assets should be legally protected. Though a divorce is never planned when you are getting married, situations and circumstances can change.

A pre- or postnuptial agreement should include the following provisions:

  • How previously owned (pre-divorce) property will be divided up
  • How property which was acquired during the marriage will be divided up
  • Who will be entitled to spousal support or alimony, if appropriate
  • How the estate and assets will be divided of one spouse passes away
  • Who will pay the attorney fees for the separation or divorce

Assistance for Pre- & Postnuptial Agreements

If you and your spouse have already tied the knot without drafting a prenuptial agreement and decided that you should have a postnuptial agreement in place, J. Roland Jeter, P.C. can help. Mr. Jeter is highly knowledgeable and has over 35 years of experience, which can aid the process and make it less tedious. Over the years, he has helped many couples like yourself to draft and sign their prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.

To make an appointment for a free, initial 30-minute consultation to meet with Roland to discuss any questions or concerns about your case, call his office at (973) 330-4050!

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