Even if your marriage is going along perfectly well, it can be a good idea to consider filing a postnuptial agreement. These agreements are executed after a couple gets married to settle any affairs and assets in case of a separation or divorce.
“Postnuptial agreements are treated like contracts in the State of Florida and are completely enforceable. They can help protect you in ways a prenuptial agreement can’t, such as in cases of death,” says board-certified marital and family law attorney Charles D. Jamieson.
There are three main types of postnuptial agreements. Death of spouse, separation agreements, and future divorce. Upholding family rights and defending against injustices, the Law Firm of Charles D. Jamieson, P.A., can answer any questions you may have about divorce. They understand that it is an extremely sensitive and important issue and they are there to assist you.