Prenuptial agreements (also frequently referred to an antenuptial agreements) are contracts entered into by a couple contemplating marriage. Married couples who qualify under Minnesota law may enter into postnuptial agreements. Both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements address property issues such as income, assets, and liabilities that may arise in the event of divorce or death and are useful to safeguard non-marital assets. The agreements may also include provisions to preserve assets for children from your prior marriage or relationship.
Couples who do not intend to or cannot legally marry may use cohabitation agreements to address these same issues to plan for the end of the relationship, whether by death or by mutual agreement.
Contact Martin & Wagner, P.A. by e-mail or call 763-425-6330 to schedule a free 1/2 hour consultation with an experienced Rogers, Minnesota, prenuptial lawyer.
From our Rogers law office, we provide legal representation to clients throughout the Greater Twin Cities area including but not limited to Albertville, Anoka, Buffalo, Elk River, Maple Grove, Minneapolis, Monticello, and St. Michael and other communities within Stearns County, Hennepin County, Wright County, Sherburne County, and Anoka County.