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Premarital and Post-Nuptial Agreements


When planning a marriage, couples understandably find it difficult to contemplate the risks associated with death and divorce. Although uncomfortable, it is often important to prepare for these possibilities.

Prenuptial agreements serve a variety of functions, including provisions which protect property rights for each spouse; property rights for children of prior relationships, supplemental estate planning, and clarifying certain rights and responsibilities of each spouse throughout the marriage. Even after marriage, some couples find it helpful to enter into a postnuptial agreement to address some of these issues.

McMillan Metro Faerber, P.C. can help you in preparing and understanding these agreements, and ensuring that you are adequately protected in the future. Please call us at (301) 251-1180 or submit an online inquiry.