Pre- and Post-Marital Agreements

What You Need To Know About Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements

While it can be difficult to think about the possibility of separating, it is important to protect yourself. Even if you are already married, there are still ways to do so. Reuter Law Group, PC, is built of three strong women who have helped clients throughout Texas. We can help you understand your options and come up with an agreement you can be comfortable with.

What Is The Difference?

Prenuptial agreements are completed before the marriage is official. It is an official contract that establishes the rights of each spouse, should you ever divorce. It can cover a variety of issues and is unique to each couple. While this is done amicably, it is important to have the guidance of an experienced attorney. We can make sure your wishes are clear and concise. From property to alimony and custody, you can determine the specifics of your agreement.

Postnuptial agreements are created after you are already married. The same things can still be covered, depending on what you want to be listed out. They are still just as legally valid as a prenuptial agreement. Perhaps you were too afraid to bring up the subject before the wedding. Maybe as you’ve become more established, you think it is important to protect yourself. Regardless, it is a smart decision for everyone involved. We can help you come up with a plan that fits your specific wants and needs.

To Get Started, Call Today

While it may be a difficult topic to discuss, it’s important to consider. The right attorney can protect both parties from future disagreements should they ever need it. Call our office in Alamo Heights at 210-761-6184 to schedule a consultation today. You can also fill out our online contact form.