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Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

Planned Agreements To Prevent Disputes Or Ease Their Resolution

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Prenuptial and Postnuptial agreements can help couples avoid disputes about dividing their property, spousal support or parenting plans. Although each agreement serves a different purpose, they can all help individuals resolve disputes.

At Triangle Divorce Lawyers, we help our clients understand the differences so you can determine whether legal agreements could be beneficial. We work with individuals in Raleigh and throughout North Carolina to draft and review family law agreements. 

What is the difference between Postnuptial and Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial Agreements

Individuals who are getting married and bringing significant personal assets or children into the marriage can benefit from prenuptial agreements. Prenups, also called antenuptial agreements, allow individuals to address important issues such as property division before the emotional and adversarial nature of divorce is an issue.

Postnuptial Agreements

Postnuptial agreements offer similar benefits to prenuptial agreements, but they are created after couples are married. Like prenuptial agreements, they can be used to establish property division or parenting plans in the event of divorce.

Benefits of Postnuptial and Prenuptial Agreements

Whether you are concerned about protecting and estate you hard to build or want to ensure your children are provided for, there can be many benefits to crafting a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement. 

By working with the experienced lawyers at Triangle Divorce Lawyers to draft and review agreements, you remain in control of what happens with your assets or your children.  if you have to go to court to resolve asset division  or child custody issues, you lose the ability to control every step of the process.

Learn what steps you should take immediately to protect your rights by scheduling a comprehensive consultation with one of our attorneys.