A prenuptial agreement, signed before the big day, allows a couple to determine how assets and income will be handled at the end of a marriage, whether by death or divorce. A postnuptial agreement, which serves a similar purpose, is signed during the marriage. While the two are alike, they have critical differences, including what is required to make these contracts enforceable.
In the sixth episode of our divorce-focused webinar series, Robin Lynch Nardone and Elizabeth Crowley cover essential questions: Is a prenup right for you and your relationship? Will a postnuptial agreement put you at ease and help bring back marital bliss? Register now to learn more about these two types of contracts and how they can benefit you (and your marriage).