Nuptial Agreements in Idaho

Family Law Practice Areas

Marital Agreements

In every marriage, each spouse brings into it separate property and debts acquired before the marriage, as well as the marital property acquired during the marriage. Once considered taboo, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are now being considered by many couples as it allows the couple to come together and decide the fate of their current and future assets should the marriage contract end. Experienced family law attorney Merrilee A. Parr can help you create an agreement that will protect the unique needs of you and your spouse.

 

Prenuptial Agreements for Engaged Couples

A prenuptial agreement allows you to hope for the best, but plan for the worst. When you look at a prenup like an insurance policy, it makes a lot of sense. In the event of a separation or divorce, your prenuptial agreement helps determine what will happen to your assets, debts, home, business, gifts, and inheritances.

 

Experienced family law attorney Merrilee A. Parr will help you to draft a prenup that honors the emotional commitment you are making to each other, while protecting your financial future. Recognized by the state of Idaho, this legal agreement will give you the freedom to focus on your relationship, and not your finances.

 

Postnuptial Agreements for Married Couples

Postnuptial agreements are gaining popularity as a financial tool for couples who are already married. These agreements, sometimes called martial agreements, can protect the family home or other assets in the event of a business failure, clarify inheritance rights for children from the current marriage or previous relationship, and establish ownership of property in the event of a divorce or death of a spouse. To learn more about the benefits of a postnuptial agreement and Idaho’s legal requirements, contact experienced family law attorney Merrilee A. Parr for a consultation.

 

Protect Your Property Rights

Coeur d’Alene family law attorney Merrilee A. Parr offers expert legal advice and can help you create a prenup or postnuptial agreement. To learn more about the benefits of a marital agreement and Idaho’s legal requirements, contact Merrilee at (208) 667-1227 to schedule a consultation.

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