Category Archives : Postnuptial Agreements

  • Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements in Colorado

    Posted on February 24, 2022

    Prenuptial agreements are common and useful tools for determining the terms of a divorce if one should happen. However, they must include a detailed plan for property division and be enforceable. Hire an Aurora Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer to help you draft a prenup to avoid any pitfalls. Section 14-2-301 of the Colorado Revised Code, the Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act, allows the citizens of the Mile High State to enter into co...

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  • Making Sure Your Postnuptial Agreement is Enforceable

    Posted on January 6, 2021

    Married couples often turn to postnuptial agreements to help secure certain parts of their future if their marriage ends in divorce. This is a wise decision that can reduce the amount of time and expense required in any divorce. Ensure your agreement is enforceable.  Postnuptial agreements used to be frowned upon. Today, they are a helpful tool that many couples use to potentially avoid expending money, time, and heartache later on. Also kno...

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  • When is the Right Time for a Postnuptial Agreement?

    Posted on December 9, 2020

    Even if you didn’t sign a prenuptial agreement before getting married, it’s not too late to secure your rights if your marriage ends in divorce. An experienced postnuptial agreement lawyer can help you understand your rights and options for a postnuptial agreement.  Couples have used prenuptial agreements for decades to set a clear path if they should ever decide to part ways. While it’s always beneficial to enter into a prenuptial agr...

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  • Reasons Why You Might Want a Postnuptial Agreement

    Posted on October 14, 2020

    Prenuptial agreements are widely used today, but couples who don’t have one can still receive the same benefits through a postnuptial agreement. These agreements can address issues such as finances, debts, and assets and how they would be handled if you were to dissolve your marriage.  Before the 1970s, postnuptial agreements weren’t typically enforceable under the law. Up until then, legally married couples were seen as a single unit. S...

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  • Reasons to Consider a Postnuptial Agreement

    Posted on May 14, 2020

    Many engaged couples decide to protect their interests by signing a prenuptial agreement. However, there are also many couples who do not sign an agreement for a variety of reasons. Perhaps you were too busy wedding planning to think about how an agreement might help. You might have had the impression that prenuptial agreements were unromantic, anticipated a future divorce, or were only for very wealthy people. In any event, you might think th...

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