Putting together an enforceable prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can be a daunting task. Do you have all of the information you need? Are you prepared to advise your client on every critical detail of the agreement? This guide will walk you through the essential marital topics to include both before and after a couple has been married. Review both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements for a better understanding of how a well-constructed agreement impacts your client. Order today!
Necessary Components of a Valid Postnuptial Agreement
Key Elements of an Enforceable Prenuptial Agreement
Identifying and Outlining Important Financial Data in Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
Effective and Enforceable Prenup and Postnup Agreements - Key Provisions to Include
HEATHER HAMILTON is as an associate attorney at Howard Family Law, LLC, where her firm solely practices family law. Her practice includes divorce, spousal maintenance, child custody, parenting time, paternity, and child support. Prior to joining Howard Family Law, LLC, Ms. Hamilton worked as a law clerk at Reinker, Hamilton, & Piper, LLC, in St. Louis, Missouri. She is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association, Minnesota Women Lawyers, Family Law League, New Lawyers Section, Family Law Section, and First District Bar Association. Ms. Hamilton earned her J.D. degree from the University of Colorado Law School, where she was taught ethics by Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch; and she earned her B.A. degree from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
ROBERT N. HAMILTON is an attorney with the St. Louis law firm of Reinker, Hamilton & Piper LLC, where he practices primarily in the area of family law. Mr. Hamilton is a certified divorce mediator and is regularly appointed by the court as a guardian ad litem for children in custody disputes to represent and protect children. His practice includes legal separation, dissolution of marriage, maintenance, paternity, child support, child custody, modifications, estate, and probate matters. Mr. Hamilton is a member of The Missouri Bar, the Metropolitan St. Louis (Family Law Section) and the St. Louis County bar associations. He has served on the Supervised Visitation and Exchange Planning Committee for the St. Louis County Court. Mr. Hamilton earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and his Juris Doctorate's degree from St. Louis University.
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