Winston-Salem Marital Agreement Attorneys
Helping Clients Draft Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
Marital agreements can be created before you get married or during your
marriage. Whether you are interested in creating a prenuptial or postnuptial
agreement, Payne & Associates is here to help. Our Winston-Salem marital
agreement lawyers can help you craft an agreement that addresses your
needs and meets all requirements of North Carolina law.
(336) 585-8454 to schedule a consultation and discuss your goals and options.
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Premarital agreements must meet all legal requirements – otherwise,
the agreement may be unenforceable. For example, if the agreement was
not signed voluntarily or if one spouse did not fully disclose their assets,
the court may declare the contract void. Prenuptial agreements must be
in writing and signed by both spouses before the marriage.
Though many people believe that prenuptial agreements are only for wealthy
couples, people from all walks of life can benefit from drafting this
kind of contract.
Marital agreements often include provisions for:
Prenuptial agreements can only be revoked or amended through a written
agreement by the parties. If you have a prenuptial agreement but circumstances
have changed, our attorneys can help you revoke or amend your existing
Postnuptial agreements are marital agreements and
family law that are signed after two partners are married. Postnuptial agreements
contain the same provisions as prenuptial agreements. If you and your
spouse want to make decisions regarding
alimony, and other issues to protect your interests in the event of
divorce, a postnuptial agreement can accomplish this goal. Our Winston-Salem marital
agreement attorneys can make sure your contract is comprehensive and effective.
To learn more, please
contact us at
(336) 585-8454 today.