Why You Need a Premarital and Postmarital Agreement

A premarital or postmarital (also often called prenuptial/prenup or postnuptial) agreement spells out what will happen if there is a divorce. They can avoid public court battles if the relationship does not last.

As a successful business owner entering a marriage, you may want to put in writing certain protections. A premarital agreement may also be beneficial when a second marriage will blend your families together.

A postmarital agreement is a contract made between spouses. It may control many issues from property division to the amount of temporary or permanent support. If there have been significant changes in your lives (a career change) there might be a need for a postmarital agreement. It may also replace the out-of-date terms in a premarital agreement.

Strict Requirements Require Careful Drafting

Located in San Antonio, The Law Office of Ryan C. Moe, PLLC, has assisted many clients with these agreements. Our attorneys will first explain the requirements of Texas law. Then we can help you draft and execute a prenuptial agreement that protects your business interests and/or assets.

Postmarital agreements must follow stringent requirements related to their creation and execution. Failing to follow the requirements could even mean a Texas court would not enforce the terms.

Protecting Your Rights

We understand that this is often a sensitive issue that must be approached delicately. Scheduling a confidential appointment with one of our experienced lawyers is the best way to learn whether one of these agreements is right for you.

Call our San Antonio office at 210-861-6000 or send us a message to get started.

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