Whether you are planning your perfect wedding day or have been married for a few years, it’s the perfect time to start thinking about your nuptial agreement. When it comes to prenuptial and post nuptial agreements, the only difference is timing. Postnuptial agreements are executed after the marriage.

These types of agreements can be a foundation for a healthy marriage. Instead of thinking of them as divorce documents, think of them as marriage contracts.

Determining what to include in your nuptial agreement may be stressful and it is better to start earlier rather than later. Our attorneys have the experience needed to guide you on your journey through marriage bliss. We can negotiate the terms of your agreement so that you and your partner feel comfortable.

Call the attorneys of Florida Women’s Law Group today, we have the skills, experience and resources needed to provide you with compassionate legal service.

Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements are commonly thought of as a negative thing. There is a stereotype that if a couple decides to have a “Prenup” that the chances are higher that the relationship will not work out. That is simply not true. Prenuptial agreements can be a foundation for a healthy marriage. Instead of thinking of them as divorce documents, think of them as marriage contracts. The foundation for a healthy relationship is honesty, going into your marriage on the same page increases your chances for success.

Determining what to include in your prenuptial agreement may be stressful and it is better to start now as opposed to waiting until the day of your wedding. Our attorneys have the experience needed to guide you on your journey to wedded bliss. We can negotiate the terms of your agreement so that you and your partner feel comfortable.

Call the attorneys of Florida Women’s Law Group today, we have the skills, experience and resources needed to provide you with compassionate legal service.

Postnuptial Agreements

When it comes to nuptial agreements, you probably automatically think of a prenuptial agreement, that’s because those are the most common. Postnuptial agreements aren’t as common but are similar in nature, the only difference is the timing of the agreement. Postnuptial agreements are executed after the marriage.

As with a prenuptial agreement, a postnuptial agreement isn’t a plan for who gets what during the event of divorce. A postnuptial agreement is very much a marriage contract, these agreements can outline who is responsible for paying bills among other things. These nuptial agreements are the foundation for a healthy relationship. They provide clarity and ensuring you and your spouse are on the same page.

Determining what to include in your postnuptial agreement may be stressful and it is better to start earlier rather than later. Our attorneys have the experience needed to guide you on your journey through marriage bliss. We can negotiate the terms of your agreement so that you and your partner feel comfortable.

Call the attorneys of Florida Women’s Law Group today, we have the skills, experience and resources needed to provide you with compassionate legal service.

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