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Greensburg Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer

Getting married is supposed to be one of the happiest days of your life. People don’t get married with the expectation that they will get divorced. However, all marriages will end in only one of two ways—death or divorce. That’s why it’s best to be as prepared as possible for the potential consequences of divorce. The more prepared you are from the start, the less conflict and stress there will be should your marriage end.

By addressing essential topics through marital agreements, you can resolve most issues that could arise. Marital agreements are contracts, which must be drafted carefully. There are tax and legal considerations that you must keep in mind too. You need someone with the knowledge and skills to make sure your agreement is properly executed. The experienced Greensburg prenuptial & postnuptial agreement lawyers at Bunde & Roberts, P.C., can help.

Prenuptial Agreements in Pennsylvania

Prenuptial agreements also go by prenups or antenuptial agreements. These agreements are drafted and signed before you get married. You can use a prenuptial agreement to resolve advance issues, such as property distribution and alimony, in the event of a divorce. Prenups can also set forth surviving spouse rights in the event one of you dies.

Prenups can be crucial in second marriages, especially if one of you have children from a prior marriage, own businesses, or have other types of investments. ‘

For an agreement to be legally enforceable in Pennsylvania, it must meet all the requirements, including:

  • You must put everything in writing;
  • Both parties must sign the contract;
  • There has to be full disclosure of assets and liabilities for each party at the time the marital agreement was executed; and
  • There cannot be duress or fraud.

Cohabitation Agreements

Cohabitation agreements work like prenuptial agreements, but they are for parties who have not legally married. Some laws treat unmarried couples differently. Creating a cohabitation agreement can help couples to ensure they have the same protections as married couples. They are a useful tool that will ensure that your desires as an unmarried couple are covered in the event one of you dies, or the relationship ends.

Postnuptial Agreements

Postnuptial agreements are drafted and signed once a couple is married. These are also called marital settlement agreements. Some couples choose to get one after tying the knot, while other times, they are drafted due to a pending separation. If you are getting a divorce, a marital settlement agreement will spell out certain rights and financial obligations, including marital property distribution, alimony, and child custody. When properly executed, the court can enter these into your divorce case without holding a trial and rendering a decision.

Contact a Greensburg Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreement Attorney Today

Drafting a marital agreement is pointless if it won’t hold up in court someday. If you are getting married and you believe a marital agreement can benefit your situation, it’s time to speak with the Greenburg prenuptial and postnuptial agreement lawyers at Bunde & Robert, P.C., today. Contact our office at 412-391-4330 to schedule an initial consultation.

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