If you are getting married later in life, and you or your partner have significant interests in a family business or other pre-marital assets, you may wish to enter into a pre-nuptial agreement prior to getting married. A pre-nuptial agreement will lay out the division of assets and whether spousal maintenance will be paid in the event of divorce. If you did not enter into a pre-nuptial agreement but wish to enter into such an agreement after the date of the marriage, it is called a post-nuptial agreement. Chris Meyer Law Firm can assist you in drafting these agreements.

It is important to understand that neither a pre-nuptial nor a post-nuptial agreement cannot cover anything related to present or as yet unborn minor children. All decisions for minor children must be made according to their best interests at the time you divorce.

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