Post and Prenuptial Agreements
Pennsylvania Premarital Agreements Law Firm
Premarital or prenuptial agreements may be desirable for people marrying for the first time or the second time around when they, own a family business, have family trusts or other family money, have children from previous marriages, have substantial assets or who have well-established careers. Although many planning to marry prefer not to think about the possibility of divorce, a premarital agreement is advantageous if things do not turn out as desired. In addition, a premarital agreement can protect assets if one spouse dies before the other. Contact the King of Prussia, Pennsylvania lawyers at Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC for a consultation on the advisability of a premarital agreement.
The lawyers at Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC help those considering a premarital agreement anticipate and address problems that can arise at different stages of life. Engaged couples with children from previous marriages, for example, can be counseled on the appropriate manner of dealing with such family relationships. We recognize that a couple planning to marry wants to build a partnership and life together and, at the same time, needs to protect themselves and certain assets at death or divorce.
A Premarital Agreement May Not Be Necessary
Pennsylvania Divorce law and probate and estate laws address matters of concern to those interested in premarital agreements. An understanding of what can happen at death or divorce is necessary to determine if a prenuptial agreement is even necessary. But, there are many situations in which a premarital, or antenuptial agreement is called for. We can prepare a premarital agreement tailored to your situation. We use our experience in working with families to steer you in the right direction.
Married individuals without a premarital agreement can still enter into a postmarital agreement to address such matters as how certain property should be distributed in case of divorce, unexpected death, or receipt of property after marriage. Such agreements are also sometimes called “midnuptial agreements.”
Contact the lawyers at Vetrano|Vetrano & Feinman LLC for an in-depth discussion of your concerns, aspirations, and goals so that they can determine whether a premarital or post-marital agreement is advisable.