Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are ideal tools for defining your marriage on your own terms. These documents can be flexible and tailored to any situation, but drafting them requires a degree of expertise. Failure to delineate all issues can render the document nonbinding. Imprecise language can lead to disputes over the document.
Designing Documents To Meet Your Needs
At Watson & Watson, P.C., we start the process by listening to you. You will get to work one-on-one with one of our experienced attorneys, who will take the time to learn about your situation. We want to know your goals. What protections do you want for yourself? What protections do you want for your children? What protections do you want for your spouse-to-be? We personalize and craft each prenuptial and postnuptial agreement with care.
Our family law lawyers will make certain that every issue is covered and that the language of the document is precise. In the event of a divorce, the agreement will be heavily scrutinized. We make certain that there is no opportunity for disputes.
Both Parties Must Agree
According to Massachusetts law, both parties must agree to the prenuptial or postnuptial document. While we may create the document for you, your spouse should have his or her own attorney review it before signing it. If negotiation of the terms of the document is necessary, we are skilled at that process.
Free Initial Consultation About Prenups And Postnups
Call 978-462-3177 or email to find out how you can benefit from a premarital or postmarital agreement. Our services are available to clients in Topsfield, Newburyport and Essex County.