Postnuptial agreements are important documents that can safeguard valuable assets in the event of a divorce, as well as protect your long-term interests. While prenuptial agreements are made prior to a marriage, postnuptial agreements can occur any time after a marriage has taken place. These agreements are also helpful for speeding a divorce process if necessary.
An important component of a strong postnuptial agreement is having it reviewed or drafted by one of our experienced Philadelphia postnuptial agreements lawyers. At Testa & Pagnanelli, LLC, we have years of experience helping couples draft strong postnuptial agreements. If you do not have a legal representative to draft or review your agreement, it is very possible that it will not hold up in court when you need it most. Therefore, it is crucial to contact our Montgomery County postnuptial agreement attorneys, who can advocate for you in the most challenging of circumstances.
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What Issues Can a Postnuptial Agreement Address?
Like prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements can address many matters related to your wealth or property. For many couples, creating a postnup offers a good opportunity to determine what their assets and debts are and how they will be handled if the couple gets divorced. Although it may seem awkward to discuss a postnuptial agreement soon after a wedding, it really allows couples to clarify what they desire to have from the marriage. Remember, a postnuptial agreement cannot address anything involving your children, including child custody and support. This will allow you and your spouse to take quality time to focus on your needs.
The Benefits of a Postnuptial Agreement
There are many distinct advantages that come with creating a postnuptial agreement, but there are a couple which especially stand out.
Two primary reasons for getting a postnuptial agreement include:
- Maximum preparation – The most obvious benefit of creating a postnuptial agreement is that you and your spouse will be prepared if you decide to divorce. The more detailed your postnuptial agreement, the fewer decisions you will have to make during your divorce.
- Greater clarity – Another benefit of drafting a postnuptial agreement is that it provides you and your spouse the opportunity to have an in-depth conversation about your finances, assets, and debts. It allows you to share your expectations and come to an agreement on the best way to handle your property now and during divorce.
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