Prenuptial Vs. Postnuptial Agreements; What Will Work For Us?
While marriage is an exciting time in your life, it is normal to want to protect yourself. When planning for the future, it is good to have a document that will help clear up any confusion you may face. At Beck, Jonson & Nolan, PC, we are here to discuss whether or not a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement might be in your best interest. We have helped clients throughout Colorado for a combined 97 years.
Understanding The Difference Between A Prenup and A Postnup
Both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are legal documents that are signed by two people who are either already married or intend to be married. It involves a lot of discussion between partners. With the help of an experienced attorney, we can come up with a plan that everyone can feel comfortable with. Your prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can address not just property rights, but also maintenance (spousal support) and attorney fees.
Prenuptial agreements are entered into before the marriage, whereas postnuptial agreements are entered into after a couple is already married. In either case, there are certain requirements, including that the parties exchange financial disclosures with one another. If you have questions about a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, we are here to help.
Call Today To Discuss Your Options
If you have questions about prenuptial or postnuptial agreements, contact our office today. We are here to answer any questions you may have. Whether you want to learn more or want help getting the process done, we can help. Call our Lakewood office at 303-578-4075 or fill out our contact form.