Creating Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements That Work For You
Prenuptial agreements are agreements entered into by unmarried individuals prior to marriage. The agreements pertain to the distribution of property upon divorce or death. In Michigan, prenuptial agreements are contractually binding and enforceable if there is no fraud or duress, and if there is full disclosure by both parties of assets and liability.
Spouses enter into postnuptial agreements after they are married. They may cover similar issues that are covered in prenuptial agreements. Postnuptial agreements are utilized by some people to identify each spouse’s rights to property, alimony and more in case of a divorce.
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If you need help creating or finalizing a prenuptial or a postnuptial agreement, call our office at 734-430-8001. We can help you determine what can be included and how to proceed so that your agreement is in your best interests. You can also send our office a message to get in touch.