Assistance With Texas Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements

Creating an agreement before or right after your marriage can ensure that both you and your partner understand what is being brought to the table. A carefully created agreement also lays out expectations and responsibilities. Doing this when both parties are levelheaded, helps avoid misunderstandings and false assumptions later. At Huckaby Hicks PLLC, we work with you to ensure that your plans for how you and your spouse will manage both your finances and your property throughout your marriage, are well heard and understood. Your agreement can also discuss what should happen when the marriage does not last.

Misunderstood Tools That Actually Create Trust

Prenuptial agreements (often called “prenups”) can actually work to build trust within a relationship. This is because both parties are being upfront about what they are bringing to the marriage and what they expect from each person. A premarital agreement is signed prior to a couple’s wedding. A postmarital agreement is a similar document signed after the parties wed. This agreement works to protect each spouse in the event of a divorce or death.

These documents typically address:

  • Future spousal support
  • Ownership of particular property or debts
  • Children from previous relationships
  • Financial responsibilities during the marriage
  • Familial and work-related expectations
  • How inheritances will be handled in the event of a divorce

We view premarital and postmarital agreements as a responsible, estate planning document that can ultimately benefit a marriage by removing the uncertainty of what can happen in the future. If you own a business and want to ensure it is protected, a premarital or postmarital agreement can set out clear, legally enforceable terms. We can help.

Get The Experienced Legal Help You Need For Your Agreement

A marriage is an emotional event. When two people enter into a marriage they are entering into a contract. A prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement is an extension of that contract. Get the personal support and guidance you need to move forward with confidence. Have a question or wish to arrange a consultation? Reach our team at 737-309-2231. We help family law clients in Buda and throughout Central Texas. You can reach our team via our online contact form.