Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
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Planning For Property Distribution Through Premarital Agreements

A prenuptial or premarital agreement can be very beneficial in the event that a marriage should end in divorce. Prenuptial agreements allow both parties to clearly define their property, support and other rights prior to getting married. These agreements are also frequently used to define property divisions, valuations, alimony payments, allocation of debts that parties bring into the marriage and other provisions.

A person may choose a prenuptial agreement (prenup) to protect a family business, inheritance and family heirlooms or, in the case of a second marriage, to ensure that one’s personal estate is protected for later distribution to his or her children. These important documents need to be written in a way that limits the possibility of being challenged in a divorce.

Harrisburg Postnuptial Agreements Attorneys

A postnuptial or postmarital agreement is drawn up after the parties are married, for purposes of separation or divorce.

Experienced Counsel And Representation In Matrimonial Law

Our attorneys have years of collective experience in family law, including negotiation, drafting, review and litigation of premarital and postmarital agreements. We can help ensure that your separate property is retained and that your rights are protected. The law firm of Lavery Law serves the greater Harrisburg area and surrounding counties of central Pennsylvania. Our lawyers advise either party, including high earners who want to protect what they have as they enter marriage or a less monied spouse who is asked to sign a prenup.

Contact our Harrisburg office today to schedule an initial phone consultation. You can reach us by phone at 717.233.6633 or via email.