Free Postnuptial Agreement

A postnuptial agreement details both the financial and property rights of both parties in a marriage relationship and what happens if the marriage ends in separation by death or divorce.

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Suppose you recently tied the knot, but both you and your future spouse have assets and property that you each want to protect in the event that the relationship ends (either divorce or death). You may also want some clarity to each other’s financial responsibility in the marriage. Since you are already legally married, you will need a Postnuptial Agreement.


Using a Postnuptial Agreement is an effective and legal option for sorting through what can be sensitive financial decisions. This vital document allows you to handle the business side of your relationship and avoid any stress and disputes in the future.

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A postnuptial agreement is a legally binding document that spells out the financial and property rights of both parties in a marriage relationship and what happens if their marriage ends in separation by death or divorce. 



A postnuptial agreement is recommended for any couple bringing separate assets and property into a marriage. This agreement is especially recommended if one party has more wealth than the other.

A postnuptial agreement is fairly straightforward and easy to understand:

  • The name and contact information for each spouse. 

  • The details of the marriage (date and location)

  • The details of any prior marriages and/or children. 

  • The list of any shared property 

  • The instructions on how to treat separate incomes. 

  • The terms for debt obligations (before and after marriage)

  • The decision and terms for spousal support

  • The method of dispute resolution 

  • The specifics regarding individual contributions 


For the most part, postnuptial agreements are legally binding contracts that are recognized in most courts. To be certain, however, it is best to check with your State's laws. 




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To be legally enforceable, a postnuptial agreement must be signed in the presence of an unbiased witness, preferably a notary public. 

Please Note: The use of a notary ensures that no one challenges any signatures later and is a secure way to firmly establish the effectiveness of your document.

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