Premarital and Post-marital Agreements
Engaged couples typically focus their time and energy planning a wedding, their honeymoon and, most importantly, their eventual life together. Nobody plans a wedding expecting that the marriage will end in divorce.
The Milwaukee prenuptial agreement lawyers at Reddin & Singer, LLP, know that there are many emotions involved in this type of case and that you care deeply for your future spouse. Contact our experienced family law attorneys and we will work with you to handle the situation in a respectful and caring manner.Waukesha Pre-Marital Agreement Lawyer
Every situation involving a prenuptial agreement is different. In some cases, couples want to keep all their property separate. In cases where one future spouse has considerable business assets, perhaps only those business-related assets will be dealt with in the agreement.
No matter what the goal is for a prenuptial agreement, it must meet certain legal factors to be considered legally binding. In order to ensure that your agreement is valid, we recommend you talk to a qualified family law attorney at least six months prior to your marriage.
Call our family law attorneys today to arrange an initial consultation with our office.West Bend Post-Marital Agreement Law Firm
If you are already married, but not living happily ever after, you may be starting to have a sense that your marriage is heading toward irreconcilable differences. If you are not ready to start a divorce, a post-marital agreement can help you and your spouse work out the tough details of a property settlement without the cost of litigation. A post-nuptial agreement can be used to decide how the couple will divide financial property, personal debt and even spousal maintenance should they decide to move forward with a divorce.
Contact us for a free initial consultation to discuss your questions about pre-marital or post-marital agreements.