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A prenuptial agreement is an agreement between two individuals before a marriage takes place.

It is designed to protect the assets and property of one or both parties in the event a marriage eventually fails. 


A prenuptial agreement can stipulate conditions of wealth distribution or a settlement amount in the event of divorce. It may also include clauses, such as conditions that will go into effect if children are born during the marriage. It may even include clauses that may void part or the whole of the premarital agreement in the event of infidelity. 


A prenuptial agreement may include anything that the person drafting the prenuptial agreement may think of or anything that the other party requests you add for their protection.


A postnuptial agreement is an agreement entered into after marriage. It deals with the distribution of assets and liability in the event of a divorce. Common issues included in a postnuptial agreement are


(i) the amount of alimony, 

(ii) child custody, 

(iii) child visitation schedules, 

(iv) the amount of child support, and 

(v) the distribution of marital assets and property. 


The Soto Law Office, P.A. is a dynamic and trustworthy law firm that serves the Family Law legal needs of those in Central Florida. Our team listens, cares, and provides excellent client service.


Contact Attorney Kimberly M. Soto and her staff at 321.972.2279 to discuss your need for a prenuptial agreement, postnuptial agreement, or anything else you may need. 

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