Families change. Situations change. Incomes change. Life happens. Post-nuptial agreements, also known as post marital agreements, are agreements entered into after a marriage has taken place, but before the parties seek to divorce. As with premarital agreements, one or both of the parties usually is seeking to protect assets or income in the event of divorce.
5 Valid Reasons To Consider A Postnuptial Agreement
YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE MAY HAVE DISCUSSED A PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENT BEFORE YOUR WEDDING BUT DID NOT GET IT DONE IN TIME.
- You can protect your assets in the event of separation or divorce.
- You may have a prenuptial agreement but wish to make modifications.
- You may want to protect your business.
- You and your spouse may be considering divorce but want to try working on your relationship.
At the Law Offices of Lindsay Savona, we’re committed to personalized service and care for you, our client. In regards to a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, it’s important that your Connecticut Family Lawyer listen to what you want, consider your current situation, as well as what you are most concerned about if they’ve been married before. Taking the time to listen and understand our client’s position is essential to create a prenuptial agreement that honors both you and your spouse’s wishes. Changes in circumstances can vary from children’s schedules to a significant change in income. If you are considering some type of marital agreement or believe that a change in life circumstances requires a modification to an existing agreement, contact the Connecticut prenuptial and postnuptial attorney of Lindsay Savona Law Office today.