For many couples today, a pre-marital agreement, also known as a prenuptial agreement, is a way to protect each individual’s rights and assets prior to getting married. A pre-marital agreement serves the purpose of safeguarding your interests legally, affording you protection in the event of a future divorce.
A premarital agreement is a contract entered into by future spouses, and takes place prior to marriage. The agreement is negotiated, drafted and entered into so that you can know what the future will hold, should the relationship end.
For many couples, a premarital agreement tends to ease their peace of mind. Individuals with highly valuable assets, complex estates, or those with existing responsibilities to children and former spouses particularly can benefit from premarital agreements, which can eliminate any worry involved with protecting these things in the future.
Similar to a premarital agreement, a post-marital agreement, also known as a post-martial agreement, is a contract. It is negotiated, drafted and entered into by spouses, although in the case of a post-marital agreement, this process is done after the parties are married. It holds the same value and provides the same comforts in knowing that one’s assets are protected for the future.
The lawyers at Malik & Associates, PLLC, can help you negotiate, prepare and understand a premarital agreement. We can also help you do the same for a post-marital agreement, should you decide that you would like to protect yourself after you are already married.
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Want specific answers to your questions about marital agreements? If you need high quality premarital and post-marital legal services, give Malik & Associates PLLC a call at 214-881-2100 or fill out our form online to schedule your consultation today. You deserve the right to be represented and receive counsel by a competent team who is on your side and will fight for you and your family.