Prenuptial, Postnuptial And Other Marital Agreements
Written agreements can be excellent ways for parties to a divorce or other family matter to work out their differences without the cost and uncertainty of litigation. Unless an agreement meets all legal requirements, however, it will not be useful. With an experienced lawyer on your side, you can take comfort knowing that you will have an agreement that achieves all of your goals.
At The Law Offices of Aimee E. Cain, we take pride in developing workable agreements that reflect our clients’ wishes. While located in Concord, we represent clients throughout Cabarrus County and beyond.
Helping You Reach An Agreement That Meets Your Needs
Divorcing spouses, couples about to marry or even happily married couples can benefit from carefully written agreements. Our attorney, Aimee E. Cain, and our support staff help clients with all types of family agreements such as:
- Prenuptial agreements: Prenuptial agreements can be sensible in many situations, such as when spouses have children from a previous relationship, or one or both parties have substantial assets.
- Postnuptial agreements: Postnuptial agreements serve the same function as a prenuptial agreement, but the parties are already married.
- Separation agreements: In a separation agreement, a couple can determine property division, child custody, child support and even alimony.
- Parenting agreements: Sometimes known as a custody agreement, a parenting agreement will lay out custody terms for parents who are divorcing, or for unmarried parents. For a court to approve a parenting agreement, it must be in the best interests of the child.
For any agreement to be effective, the parties must agree to all of the terms. In addition, both parties must be able to comply with all of the agreement’s terms. We take pride in listening closely to our clients’ wishes in order to understand. We will then negotiate with the other side to find common ground. We will then create a document that complies with North Carolina law and meets their immediate and long-term needs.