Pre-Nuptial & Post-Nuptial Agreements

Most people do not want to think about the legal consequences of their marriage or cohabitation during the planning stages, but if you have pre-marital assets, executing a pre-nuptial agreement can be a relatively simple way to save time and expense if your marriage subsequently dissolves.  No one expects for their marriage to fail going into it, but many clients who end up getting divorced wish that they would have taken this step prior to getting married or engaging in cohabitation relationships.  Many individuals do not know that when they choose to live together with a domestic partner that they may be subjected to dividing their assets accrued during their period of cohabitation.  At the Law Offices of Carolyn M. Drew, P.S., we perform both drafting of pre or post nuptial agreements, and represent and advise the party presented with the agreement to help determine whether the agreement is fair, appropriate, and in keeping with the law.