Prenups & Postnups Offer Long-Term Protection Of Your Assets.

Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver drafts prenups and postnups to protect your assets and children before or after marriage. Our experienced professionals tactfully facilitate discussions and craft documents to clearly define the desired outcome after divorce or the death of you or your partner.

Here are your options, defined:

Pre-Nuptial Agreement

Prenups are written before marriage to clarify the division of assets in the case of divorce. They can be used to protect the financial assets of children born from a previous marriage if their parent passes away.

Post-Nuptial Agreement

Postnups are written after marriage and operate similarly to prenups. Keep in mind that once you marry, most property and assets become marital property – unless you sign a prenup. You and your spouse will have to negotiate the division of those and future assets.

We Help You Prepare For The Unexpected.

Prenups and postnups are practical documents that protect you and your spouse if things don’t go as planned. Clear the air and start the discussion for a more honest and open relationship. We recommend prenups and postnups to the following people and for the following situations: