Prenups and postnups are agreements that are made between spouses for the purpose of defining the terms of the marriage and rights of the couple. Find out what rights CANNOT be waived in these agreements:
Some people believe that if you marry your spouse without a prenuptial agreement, the income and assets acquired during the marriage will always be marital property. That is a misconception. You can designated you and your spouses rights to property, among other things, through a postnuptial agreement.
Prenups are used to designate rights of couples in case they divorce. Can prenups protect you from having to pay alimony if you divorce? Yes; find out how: