Kendall County Postnuptial Agreements Attorney

Aiding Clients in Aurora, Elgin, Batavia, and Yorkville

Like a prenuptial agreement, a postnuptial agreement defines asset and property rights in the event of death or divorce. The obvious distinction between a prenuptial agreement and postnuptial agreement is that the latter is signed during marriage instead of prior. Legally speaking, there is one other significant difference — unlike a prenuptial agreement that is based on statute and case law, postnuptial agreements are based solely on case law.

As with prenuptial agreements, a postnuptial agreement can offer a couple the opportunity to define their marriage and set things up according to their own rules rather than subscribing to "one size fits all" dictates of law. There can be myriad reasons for a postnuptial agreement: sometimes couples wanted to do a prenuptial agreement but didn't have time while other people start to consider issues of estate planning only after marriage.

Like prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements can be complex. Challenges often arise due to complications that documentation does not anticipate or clearly define.

Aurora Postnup Agreement Lawyer

For close to a decade I have been working on postnuptial agreements. I can clearly and explicitly draft documentation and undertake the process by:

  • Working with a court reporter to read the agreement into a court report
  • Obtaining and documenting testimony of all necessary individuals
  • Identifying and explicitly documenting all key issues

There is no agreement or asset complexity too advanced for my approach. I am ready to provide you with an efficient and cost-effect resolution to your postnuptial needs, and I encourage you to reach out.

To schedule a consultation with Kendall County postnuptial agreements lawyer, Matthew M. Williams, call 630-409-8184 or e-mail the Law Office of Matthew M. Williams, P.C.

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Aurora, IL 60505
Phone: 630-409-8184
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