Premarital & Postmarital Agreements
Family Lawyers Serving Katy & the Surrounding Areas
When most couples get married, they do so with the intention of remaining
together forever. However, life often has other plans, and a significant
portion of marriages end in divorce. No matter what your long term goals
may be, it’s vital to keep yourself protected in the event of a divorce.
At Hunt Law Firm, our Katy family law attorneys are solely focused on family
law. When you retain our firm, you can expect dedicated counsel from our
skilled and caring legal team. Our attorneys take great pride in helping
our clients achieve all of their family law goals, and will work tirelessly
on your behalf when you retain our firm.
For quality counsel for any family law matter, call Hunt Law Firm today
at (832) 781-0320.
Premarital (Prenuptial) Agreements
Premarital agreements, also known as prenuptial agreements, are essentially
documents which dictate the rights and responsibilities of each spouse
during the marriage, as well as after a divorce, death, or separation.
Premarital agreements must be created and finalized prior to the marriage.
Premarital agreements can address many personal and financial items, including:
- Business interests
- Retirement accounts
- Tax deductions
- Credit card spending
- Dictating how certain arguments will be settled
In both form and function, postmarital agreements are extremely similar
to their premarital counterparts. In most cases, the difference is simply
when the agreement was created, as postmarital agreements are created
after the marriage.
Many couples get caught up in the wedding planning process, and fail to
finalize these documents on time; these couples are excellent candidates
for a postmarital agreement. These agreements can be created immediately
after the wedding, as well as at any point during the marriage. They include
many of the same components as a prenup, although couples will generally
have a better understanding of the issues they need to address.
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While both pre and postmarital agreements aren’t the most romantic
aspect of a marriage, they can still be highly beneficial for nearly any
couple. Even if you never plan on getting divorced, these agreements can
help protect your interests as both an individual and a couple.
In order to provide the highest-possible standard of counsel for our clients,
we have dedicated our firm to family law. When you retain Hunt Law Firm,
you can expect representation from a Katy family law attorney that truly
has your best interests in mind.
Don’t hesitate to secure quality counsel. Call Hunt Law Firm today
at (832) 781-0320.