If you have found yourself in the middle of a divorce, you may have an array of concerns. For example, you may be worried that you will have difficulty paying spousal support or child support. Or, perhaps you are concerned about losing your ability to spend time with your children after the divorce is finalized. However, if you signed a prenuptial agreement, you should not overlook this aspect of divorce and the potential way your assets may be distributed. At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, our Massachusetts law firm is very familiar with the stress that people in Boston and across the state may experience under these circumstances.
If you and your spouse signed a prenup, the way in which the agreement is interpreted can have a significant impact on your property. With the interpretation of premarital agreements, it is crucial to remember that some are deemed unfair. For example, if a judge believes that your prenuptial agreement contains unjust terms, the contract may be thrown out altogether. Moreover, the interpretation of your prenup can have a significant impact on your property.
As a result, protecting your rights and making sure that your prenup is interpreted appropriately is pivotal. When a couple is in the process of splitting up, each party may have an overwhelming amount of stress and uncertainty. However, the outcome of a divorce will have a lasting impact on couples as well as their children.
If you visit our divorce page, you can read more about prenuptial agreements and other subjects concerning family law.