If you have already entered into marriage and seek a method to protect your assets in the case of divorce, you might want to consider a postnuptial agreement. This is a contract much like a prenuptial agreement, except that it is enacted after the marriage has taken place in order to protect your assets in all circumstances, including cases of infidelity and others. There are many various provisions that you can make in this contract, so it is important that you understand the extent of the value of this contract. A Burleson postnuptial agreements attorney from Coontz Cochran can provide you with the assistance you need in preparing this contract.
Postnuptial agreements must be entered into without coercion—you cannot coerce a spouse into such an agreement and expect it to hold up in court. This means you could face some opposition if you are seeking to protect your assets. Our firm can provide needed advice in this area. Our firm has been serving the residents of Burleson, Johnson County, and Greater Fort Worth in various family law matters since 1990, and we have the experience to help you protect your future.
We handle all kinds of family law cases, and we understand that unique circumstances require a unique approach. We offer more than 50 years of combined experience to effectively assist you in your situation. You can call our firm for a free case evaluation to obtain legal advice and information regarding your case before making any financial commitment to our office.
Prior to joining Coontz Cochran, Jeff Cochran was an associate in the Arlington, Texas office of Hill Gilstrap. He then joined the Firm in 1999. He handles our Family Law litigation practice almost exclusively.