13 December 2011 0 Comments

Postnuptial agreement protects your rights

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A properly drafted postnuptial agreement can protect the rights and interests of both parties down the road without becoming an emotionally charged process.

A postnuptial agreement is created after the marriage and has basically the same elements as a prenuptial agreement.  It is created to settle matters that include support, property division and separation.  Factors for creating one may include a career change, an inheritance or a significant change in your financial status.

If you are considering drafting a postnuptial agreement, it is important to make sure it is detailed and includes all of your assets and property.  Contact an experienced Riverside Family Law attorney who will pursue solutions that protect your assets and spare you form unnecessary liability or legal dispute in the future.

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