Postnuptial Agreements are used by couples who are already married and want to decide how to dispose of their property in the event of death or divorce. This agreement sets out all property (shared and separate) and if alimony and support will be paid as a result of death or divorce.
This Prenuptial Agreement is between two parties who intend to marry and wish to establish the ownership and division of their real and personal property. This agreement sets out the names of the parties and the effective date of the agreement. It also specifies the couple’s separate and joint property and that neither shall make a claim for alimony or support. This Prenuptial Agreement is signed by both parties in the presence of a notary public and witnesses.
This Prenuptial Agreement Amendment will effectively amend a Prenuptial Agreement. This amendment sets out the names of the parties and the date of the existing Prenuptial Agreement. It also sets out the specific amendments or modifications to the agreement and any terms which will remain in effect. This Prenuptial Agreement Amendment must be signed by both parties.