Love, marriage and then a postnuptial agreement
Abstract: Postnuptial agreements, which are permitted in many but not all states, usually address issues regarding finances, property and children. But, as this article explains, postnups —like prenups — can include provisions for the division of property and set specific spousal support dollar amounts. If desired, the agreements can be structured to influence behavior, such as through a financial penalty for infidelity. And postnups can be useful when one spouse’s financial situation changes drastically.