Post-nuptial Agreements Forms

  • An Overview of Post-nuptial Agreements
  • Post-nuptial Agreement – Version 1
    • This is a basic post-nuptial agreement. This agreement covers the waiver of inheritance rights, the waiver of the right to elect against each others will, and the waiver of marital rights in each spouse’s separate personal finances.
  • Post-nuptial Agreement – Version 2
    • This is another basic post-nuptial agreement. In this post-nuptial agreement both the husband and the wife are releasing their rights in each others estate.
  • Post-nuptial Agreement – Version 3
    • This post-nuptial agreement designates the separate property of both spouses. Moreover, both spouses release their marital property rights. In this agreement the issue of the waiver of inheritance rights is not addressed.
  • Post-nuptial Agreement – Version 4
    • This is comprehensive long form post-nuptial agreement. This agreement covers the distribution of real property, pensions, issues of equitable distribution, and the waiver of inheritance rights. This post-nuptial agreement also designates the separate property of both spouses. This agreement is very specific and it should be used by spouses who are now in their second marriage, and who are trying to protect certain assets for their children born from a prior marriage. Finally, this post-nuptial agreement form is the best version posted. If the marriage has its “ups and down” then this type of post-nuptial agreement will provide you with some “ironclad” protection.
  • Post-nuptial Agreement – Version 5
    • This type of post-nuptial agreement should be used in the context of a second marriage. This is a post-nuptial agreement wherein the wife releases her rights in her husband’s estate because she was given a settlement. This post-nuptial agreement can be used if a husband wants to protect a certain parcel of real estate or a family business for his children born from a prior marriage. Finally, this agreement covers the waiver of inheritance rights, the waiver of the right to elect against each others will, and the waiver of marital rights.
  • Post-nuptial Agreement – Version 6
    • This another type of post-nuptial agreement that should also be used in the context of a second marriage. This is a post-nuptial agreement wherein the wife releases her right to receive certain real property, in exchange for receiving a difference piece of real property. Basically, this type of post-nuptial agreement addresses the scenario wherein the second spouse receives another home, in exchange for waiving any of her claims to receive a different home or a business. Additionally, this agreement covers the waiver of inheritance rights, the waiver of the right to elect against each others will, and the waiver of marital rights.
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