Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
Prenuptial agreements are otherwise known as antenuptial agreements. Though more commonly used by those who are remarrying, than can be helpful for first marriages as well. No one expects their marriage to end however, if it does happen, having a prenuptial agreement in place can make the process much faster and less stressful. A prenuptial agreement is used to protect assets before the marriage takes place and can include money from families, children and property which was purchased before the marriage took place. Prenuptial agreements are also helpful in the event of a death as well. They are valid in Michigan and include the assets pre marriage and the division of these assets in the event of death or dissolution of the marriage.
Postnuptial agreements may be used in the even that now prenuptial agreement exists. Essentially the same as a prenuptial agreement, a postnuptial agreement is made after the marriage takes place. A postnuptial agreement may be drawn up anytime during the marriage. From individual wealth to inheritances, debt liability and business, a postnuptial agreement ensures the division of assets at the time of death or dissolution of marriage.
Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreement Attorney Gaylord MI
Enforceable by law, it is important to have a skilled attorney when drafting a pre or postnuptial agreement. Both parties have defined rights in regard to the documents. The courts are vigilant about fraud and undue influence in regard to documentation such as prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Many factors should be considered while filing either prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Hiring an attorney to assist you is the best way to ensure that the documentation is done right the first time and will protect both you and your spouse in the event of the worst case scenario. Harris Law are prenuptial and postnuptial agreement attorneys Gaylord MI.
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