Georgia Prenuptial Agreements Attorney
Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
Divorce separates assets and re-defines financial relationships. That process
can be uncertain. Prenuptial Agreements seek to pre-define how
marital dissolution will be handled. Some couples feel that resolving these issues on the
front end makes the marital relationship more stable and therefore less
likely to dissolve.
In a Prenuptial Agreement, the individuals identify all of their assets
to the other, in writing, so that everything is on the table, fully disclosed.
Further, the couple expresses how they will resolve financial issues in
the event of a divorce. Will
alimony be paid? If so, how much and for how long? How will the
property issues be resolved?
These issues most often arise when something has occurred in the marriage
which has raised the specter of divorce, but the couple have decided it
preferable to remain together, under terms which set out how the parties
will behave and what the financial arrangements will be, both during the
pendency of the marriage and, in the event of a breach of the Postnuptial
Agreement, in the event of divorce.
Call on our Georgia family law attorney to learn more about protecting yourself with a prenuptial or postnuptial