Planning a prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement?
You’re thrilled to be getting married, yet you want to ensure your assets are safe. Marriage is a reflection of an emotional commitment to another person, but it is also a legal status. If you’re considering prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement, you need a family law attorney to help you craft an agreement unique to your financial situation and marriage. A prenuptial agreement is signed prior to a marriage, while a post nuptial agreement is signed after the marriage. Prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements create a framework for handling money and property issues during the marriage, and most notably, how to divide property if the relationship is ended. We handle issues that include:
- Drafting a prenuptial agreement
- Drafting a postnuptial agreement
- Enforcing a prenuptial agreement
- Enforcing a postnuptial agreement
The process of creating a prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement will clarify each person’s expectations entering the marriage. The prenuptial agreement lawyers of Mooney Law have decades of experience creating airtight prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreements that as unique to our clients situations. In addition, our ample experience makes us an ideal counsel when deciding about and planning your individual agreement. Consulting the experienced lawyers at Mooney Law is the first step toward deciding about and planning your prenuptial agreement. We have law offices throughout Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Perry, and York counties in Pennsylvania, as well as Carroll County and Frederick County, Maryland.