Texas Postnuptial Agreement

As you can see, terminated contracts are used to solve financial problems. They are not used to completely prevent a spouse from obtaining alimony in the event of divorce, to ensure that only one parent has custody of the children in the event of divorce, or to list the derisory requirements of marriage (for example. B that a spouse must dust off the house every Thursday, or otherwise). Previous blog posts have written about why individuals should consider pre-marital or marital agreements when considering marriage. Another type of written contract that can be concluded between two already married parties is a contract of succession. In Texas, a post-marriage or conjugal property agreement is acceptable as long as it meets the applicable requirements. A contract of division or exchange is not applicable if the party against whom enforcement is sought provides evidence that: in addition, contracts of succession cannot be signed if one of the spouses was under duress (for example.B. if one spouse threatened to withhold money with more income if the other spouse did not consent to it]. . .

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