Pre-Nuptial Agreements & Post-Nuptial Agreements
Whether you are married or engaged and soon to be married, it’s never too early or too late to formalize your agreements with your significant other. Both Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements serve as a tool to ensure that each party’s assets and livelihood is protected in the event that the relationship ends. At HLS, we are meticulously detailed when it comes to protecting you and your assets prior to dissolution.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is my pre-nuptial agreement enforceable?
In order for a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement to be enforceable neither party must have been coerced or pressured into signing. Court’s will want confirmation that both parties were well aware of the provisions within the agreements and what the implications of those provisions entailed when they signed the document. At HLS we are very thorough and detailed when guiding clients through the pre and post nuptial drafting process so as to ensure that the agreement is binding.
Can my spouse and I modify our pre-nuptial agreement after marriage?
a. Yes. You and your spouse are free to revise your agreement even after marriage so long as the same standards are met and followed that were originally required when signing the original document.
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