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POST AND PRE MARITAL AGREEMENTS

Premarital agreements (also known as prenuptial agreements) can serve as important contingency plans for two people who are planning to marry. Although no one expects divorce, couples should seriously consider creating a premarital agreement in order to reduce the legal difficulties and emotional turmoil that could arise if the marriage does not work out. A premarital agreement will help protect both partners assets in the event that the marriage is dissolved by unambiguously establishing the rights of each spouse. For couples who have already wed, post nuptial agreements are similar contracts, which also seek to establish each partners rights and responsibilities clearly in the hopes of avoiding an acrimonious divorce. Both premarital and post nuptial agreements can be used to ensure a fair division of assets after the dissolution of the marriage. Post-divorce modifications, on the other hand, involve changing elements of a divorce settlement, such as child custody/support or alimony, after the fact. In all three cases, the hope is to come to a fair settlement that is as beneficial as possible to all parties.

Lynn E. Esposito has many years of experience practicing family law in Texas and can assist you in creating premarital agreements / post nuptial agreements / post divorce modification. Again, nobody plans to get divorced, but people and circumstances change. Lynn Esposito will use her expertise to get you a fair agreement that protects your rights and gives you peace of mind for the future.

If you would like to know more about our services regarding premarital agreements / post nuptial agreements / post divorce modification, or if you have any other questions, please contact our office at (281) 362-1191 or email us at Lynn@woodlandsfamilylaw.com.


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