Post and Premarital Agreements

Couples getting married who have a high net worth, children from prior marriages, second marriages later in life, substantial assets, separate property, business assets, inheritance, and other complex components, often seek a written agreement to address these concerns in the event of a divorce.
If the agreement is prepared and signed prior to the marriage, it is known as a prenuptial or premarital agreement. When completed after the couple is married, it is called a postnuptial or postmarital agreement. Both are important documents that can impact your future in a variety of ways. For this reason, these documents should be prepared and reviewed by a seasoned family law attorney before signing.

At Capital to Coast NC Law Group, we have extensive combined experience in helping clients with these and other family law matters.

We understand the hesitancy individuals often feel about entering into a premarital agreement. We are here to provide sound counsel and ensure that if you decide to move forward with a pre/postnuptial agreement, it will thoroughly address your needs and protect your interests.
With prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, issues that are addressed if the marriage is dissolved include:
Asset Division

Couples can determine in advance what property is considered part of the estate and how it will be divided if the marriage is dissolved.

Alimony / Spousal Support

Pre and postnuptial agreements can specify how much a spouse will be paid if the couple divorces.

Estate Planning

If the couple is bringing in children from previous marriages, a prenup can be a helpful estate planning tool that can specify which property will be passed onto their children when they die.

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