Prenuptial, post-marital, and separation agreements allow couples to organize and resolve various issues associated with marriage and divorce. At Hedahl & Radtke Family Law Center, we use more than 30 years of experience to help our clients navigate various marital contracts and agreements.
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Prenuptial agreements, also known as premarital agreements, can allow couples to settle property rights and other marriage related issues prior to marriage. In addition to laying out property division, prenuptial agreements can also clarify the division of debt, financial responsibilities and rights during the marriage, and the division of assets of each spouse.
We have helped many clients create prenuptial agreements, and our team can represent you from start to finish.
Prenuptial agreements can also include various topics relevant to the marriage relationship. These include retirement benefits, savings contributions, settlement of potential disputes, and management of joint bank accounts or household bills and expenses. Financially based issues are the main concern with prenuptial agreements, and these contracts can help avoid the time and expense of litigation if the marriage dissolves.
Separation agreements are made with the cooperation of both parties through negotiation or mediation. These agreements address issues concerning division of assets and property, custody, support, maintenance, and visitation issues. Once signed, separation agreements are enforceable by the North Carolina court system, and our Fayetteville, NC divorce attorney can help you create a valid agreement.
A couple can also have drafted a post-marital, or post-nuptial, agreement during the course of their marriage. These agreements most often deal with only property rights and may help secure business interests, discourage infidelity, protect the assets of each spouse, and address areas of financial strain in the relationship. At Hedahl & Radtke Family Law Center, our Fayetteville, NC divorce lawyer can help you understand your options regarding marital agreements and provide legal advice.
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