Hawaii Post-Nuptial Agreement

Hawaii Post-Nuptial Agreement

Address Infidelity with a Honolulu Post-Nuptial Agreement

Issues may arise that could potentially threaten your marriage, such as financial concerns, infidelity, or concerns over how your estate will be divided if you have children from a previous marriage. A married couple may start a business together in Hawaii during the marriage and want to protect their respective interests in the event of a divorce. If there is infidelity, the couple may want an agreement addresses how their divorce will be resolved should the cheating spouse have another affair. These agreements can help simplify the divorce process if the couple is unable to work through any of these issues.

If you encounter any “red flag” issues but are not yet ready to give up on your marriage or want to protect your share of assets accrued during the marriage, a post-nuptial agreement may provide the security you need. You will want to be able to focus on the issues affecting your marriage without having to worry about what will happen if it ends in divorce. Post-nuptial agreements are binding in Hawaii Family Court, if they meet certain requirements, and are almost always a better option than a legal separation.

Hawaii Attorney will Protect Your Financial Interests in a Separation

As an experienced Hawaii family law attorney, I am experienced in drafting post-nuptial agreements for clients. If you think you may need a post-nuptial agreement, call and set up an appointment with me so we can discuss how best to protect your interests.

Hawaii Post-Nuptial Agreement

Address Infidelity with a Honolulu Post-Nuptial Agreement

Issues may arise that could potentially threaten your marriage, such as financial concerns, infidelity, or concerns over how your estate will be divided if you have children from a previous marriage. A married couple may start a business together in Hawaii during the marriage and want to protect their respective interests in the event of a divorce. If there is infidelity, the couple may want an agreement addresses how their divorce will be resolved should the cheating spouse have another affair. These agreements can help simplify the divorce process if the couple is unable to work through any of these issues.

If you encounter any “red flag” issues but are not yet ready to give up on your marriage or want to protect your share of assets accrued during the marriage, a post-nuptial agreement may provide the security you need. You will want to be able to focus on the issues affecting your marriage without having to worry about what will happen if it ends in divorce. Post-nuptial agreements are binding in Hawaii Family Court, if they meet certain requirements, and are almost always a better option than a legal separation.

Hawaii Attorney will Protect Your Financial Interests in a Separation

As an experienced Hawaii family law attorney, I am experienced in drafting post-nuptial agreements for clients. If you think you may need a post-nuptial agreement, call and set up an appointment with me so we can discuss how best to protect your interests.

Hawaii Post-Nuptial Agreement