Postnuptial Agreement

Broward County Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer

Protect Your Future with Postnuptial Agreement Legal Guidance

Postnuptial agreements are a type of prenuptial agreement that are entered into after a couple has already gotten married. These agreements are often entered into by couples who have substantial assets or who have gained a certain level of financial comfort during the course of their marriage. Postnuptial agreements can help to protect the assets of both spouses in the event of a divorce.

At the law firm of Lindsay A. Feldman, P.A., our firm represents clients throughout Broward County in both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. We can help you draft a postnuptial agreement that protects your assets and also complies with Florida law.

Call our firm today at (954) 406-2810 or contact us online for more information.

What Is a Postnuptial Agreement?

A postnuptial agreement is a contract that details the division of property and assets between spouses if the couple decides to get divorced. These agreements are often entered into by couples who have substantial assets or who have gained a certain level of financial comfort during the course of their marriage. Postnuptial agreements can help to protect the assets of both spouses in the event of a divorce.

While postnuptial agreements are not legally required in Florida, they do need to comply with certain state laws. If you are interested in drafting a postnuptial agreement, our firm is well-versed in the requirements necessary to uphold such an agreement. We will ensure that your postnuptial agreement is legally sound and upholds all required elements.

Why Draft a Postnuptial Agreement?

There are several reasons one may choose to draft a postnuptial agreement. Some of the most common reasons include:

Protecting Assets

One of the primary reasons for drafting a postnuptial agreement is to protect assets. If you have a certain level of assets and are worried about your assets being divided up in the event of a divorce, a postnuptial agreement can protect those assets.

Enforce Existing Agreements

If you already have a prenuptial agreement in place, a postnuptial agreement can enforce the terms of that agreement. Postnuptial agreements are often entered into after a couple has already gotten married and the terms of the prenuptial agreement have already been set. If you want to enforce the terms of your prenuptial agreement, a postnuptial agreement can do so.

To Protect a Business

Another reason to draft a postnuptial agreement is to protect a business. If a couple owns a business together and the value of the business has increased since the couple got married, a postnuptial agreement can protect the business in the event of a divorce.

Any Other Reasons...

Postnuptial agreements can be drafted for any other reason you may have. If you have a certain asset or asset level you wish to protect in the event of a divorce, a postnuptial agreement can do so. Our firm can help you draft a postnuptial agreement that meets your needs.

Contact Our Firm Today

Drafting a postnuptial agreement is a serious matter that requires the knowledge of an experienced family law attorney. If you are interested in drafting a postnuptial agreement, our firm can help you draft a legally binding document that protects your assets and interests.

Contact our Broward County postnuptial agreement lawyer at Lindsay A. Feldman, P.A. by contacting us online or at (954) 406-2810 today to discuss your options.

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