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Pre & Postnuptial Agreements

“Without a pre or postnuptial agreement, you’re opening up your financial future to the influence and potential determination by a third party.” ~Alex Weinberger, CFP®, CDFA®


It’s not always easy to discuss money in a relationship, whether before or after the marriage, but doing so can alleviate problems and stress in the long run. A pre or postnuptial contract can minimize financial and emotional tension in an ongoing relationship and/or divorce. Divorcing couples without a contract face a more challenging settlement process that could end in their assets being distributed for them by the courts if they disagree and cannot work together.

Prenuptial Agreements

A contract between two people, prior to getting married, that spells out how assets will be distributed in the event of a divorce or death.

Postnuptial Agreements

A contract between two people, after the marriage is final, that spells out how assets will be distributed in the event of a separation or divorce.


Our Certified Divorce Financial Analysts examine the financial assets and implications of various agreement options used in pre and postnuptial agreements.

We can help you collect financial data and provide innovative and creative approaches to analyzing:

  • standard of living;
  • short and long term financial effect of any contract structure;
  • tax and legal issues;
  • pension and retirement plans; and,
  • all other assets including real estate, securities, and businesses.