Postnuptial Agreement

Denver Postnuptial Agreement Attorneys

Helping Clients Draft Postnuptial Agreements in Colorado

Whether you are a newlywed or a well-established couple, you should always take a few minutes to consider how you and your spouse might handle the difficult situations that can occur in a marriage. One way to do this is to draft a postnuptial agreement.

At Frost & Beck, we can help you address your questions and concerns regarding a postnuptial agreement and can draft a postnuptial agreement for you. We understand the importance of drafting a postnuptial agreement that is customized to your needs and your family's unique situation.

To learn more about postnuptial agreements, contact Frost & Beck, PC today.

Do you need a postnuptial agreement? Here are some common questions we hear from our clients:

  • Will a postnuptial agreement protect my assets?
  • What happens if we get a divorce?
  • What is a postnuptial agreement?
  • Do I have to get a divorce to get a postnuptial agreement?
  • Can a postnuptial agreement prevent a divorce?

Our firm can help you understand the nature of a postnuptial agreement and the benefits it can offer.

What Is a Postnuptial Agreement?

A postnuptial agreement is a contract that is entered into by a couple after they are married. This contract can specify how assets and debts will be divided in the event of a divorce or how the couple's assets will be managed if they separate. Postnuptial agreements can also include provisions regarding the management of marital property and the support of children.

In order for a postnuptial agreement to be valid, both parties must have legal representation. This requirement protects both parties from being taken advantage of in a postnuptial agreement.

How Long Do Postnuptial Agreements Last?

Postnuptial agreements can last indefinitely, or they can specify an end date. If a postnuptial agreement specifies an end date, it is important to note that the agreement will no longer be valid after that date.

If a postnuptial agreement does not specify an end date, it will remain valid until a spouse's death or the couple's divorce.

Steps to Creating a Binding Postnuptial Agreement

There are a few steps you will need to take in order to get a postnuptial agreement.

  • First, you will need to speak with an attorney about your needs and goals for the postnuptial agreement.
  • Next, you will have to draft the agreement with your attorney.
  • Finally, you will need to get the agreement notarized and filed with the state.

If you are interested in drafting a postnuptial agreement, Contact us now to learn more.

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