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Creating Legal Agreements Before Issues Arise

Having an antenuptial or postnuptial agreement in place can prevent a number of challenges that may otherwise arise if you go through the divorce process or upon a spouse's death. The attorneys at Nordaune & Friesen, PLLC, have significant experience crafting effective prenuptial, postnuptial and cohabitation agreements for clients in the Twin Cities west metro area.

We take a proactive approach to working with our clients and recognize that every client will have unique needs. You can trust that our prenuptial agreement lawyers will listen to your concerns and develop a legal strategy with you to achieve the best possible outcome.

We Draft Unique Antenuptial/Postnuptial Agreements

If you are planning a marriage and have concerns about protecting your premarital assets or providing for your previous family, we will work with you to determine if you could benefit from an antenuptial agreement that would be tailored to your situation.

Even after these documents are drafted, circumstances may change during your marriage, requiring modifications to your pre-existing agreements.

Is A Cohabitation Agreement Right For You?

For couples who choose not to marry, a cohabitation agreement may be necessary to protect assets and determine financial responsibility if the relationship ends. We routinely work with same-sex and unmarried heterosexual couples and have significant experience drafting cohabitation and personal partnership agreements.

Let Us Help Create The Partnership Agreement You Need

Whether you call us before your wedding or after, we are ready to help plan the best possible future for you. Set up your initial consultation to discuss your specific situation by calling 800-724-2883. You may also contact us 24/7 via our online form.

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