A premarital agreement, also known as the prenuptial or antenuptial agreement is a legal agreement between couples who intend to get married. The content of a premarital agreement can vary, but it commonly includes provisions for division of property, spousal support, and child custody in the event of divorce. It not only protects your separate property and supports your estate plan, but it also reduces conflicts and saves money if you divorce.
Quite often after the divorce has been finalized, issues concerning enforcement of any agreement or changes in one’s life circumstances arise. These issues can be address in post judgment proceedings that seek to modify the terms of the original divorce agreement. We take the time to analyze any agreements and apply current principles of law to assist you in your determination of how to proceed to address those changes.