Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements

Before they marry, many couples wish to make decisions about how their finances will be handled in the event of separation, divorce, or death. In particular, couples who have children from prior marriages or significant premarital assets may consider a prenuptial agreement to minimize disagreements at the time of a life-changing event.

Your Stiles Ewing Powers attorney will negotiate and draft a prenuptial agreement to meet your needs and protect your interests. We also offer estate planning services to ensure that your legal matters are handled according to your wishes in the event of separation, divorce, disability, or death.