Protect Your Assets In A Prenuptial Agreement
Let’s face it — there is nothing romantic about a premarital agreement. When people ask you about your wedding planning, I can guarantee they are not asking you how your prenuptial agreement negotiations are going. Generally, most people are entering into a marriage because they are in love, and the last thing they want to think about as they are preparing to head down the aisle is the marriage ending.
Helping You Create And Defend A Postnuptial Agreement
A postnuptial agreement or antenuptial agreement is an agreement made after the parties have already married. It can be used to settle the property rights and support obligations of one party to the other in the event the marriage ends in divorce. Postnuptial agreements are held to a higher standard of review because of the close relationship between the parties. It must be fair and reasonable at the time it was entered into as well as at the time a party is seeking enforcement of the agreement.
Ensure Your Agreement Is Enforceable With Legal Representation
Make sure your prenup or postnuptial agreement is legally sound in Massachusetts. This is important, especially in high asset divorces and laws vary from state to state. Arrange a meeting with us today for your prenup and postnup legal needs by phoning or simply send us this email to connect. All inquiries are returned within 24 hours.