Marriage Contracts

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Getting married is an exciting event and marks the merger of you and your partner’s lives together. In building a strong life-long partnership it is important for each partner to feel secure, valued, and that their needs and wants are understood and met. Many couples are now considering both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. The main difference between these two agreements is simply the date of creation, one is created prior to marriage and the other is created after marriage.

These agreements help you set out marital ground rules and allow you to address an array of aspects in your relationship. There are important elements you want to control. For example, securing protection over your assets is crucial, if your marriage ends by divorce or death. Another consideration is there may be children from a previous marriage.