All documents on TexasPrenup.com are gender neutral. The law is in flux and nobody knows exactly how it will all work out. Most likely, Texas law regarding prenups and post-marital partition[…]
In July, 2015 Texas Family Code section 2.401 still provides that an informal marriage occurs between a man & a woman when: 1. They agreed to be married;[…]
If you both live in a house that is owned as the separate property of the spouse who passes on, with our standard prenup or partition agreement, the surviving spouse[…]
Texas law provides that a marital partition agreement (postnup) can be recorded with the county records. Whether or not it is recorded will have no impact on its enforceability between[…]
What if I wanted to give my spouse money or a gift after we are married with a Prenup or Partition Agreement?
Both the Standard Prenup & Standard Partition Agreements include provisions that permit either spouse to make a gift to the other. Such a gift can be an item or cash,[…]
Yes. The Standard Prenup & Standard Partition packages both provide that the spouses may purchase property together but are not required to. Any property purchased together will be owned in[…]
Not unless the agreement specifically states that it does. The standard prenup and standard partition agreement that we provide does not mention infidelity or abuse. A custom agreement can include[…]
That will not affect the validity of the agreement. The disclosure of debts serves primarily to inform each fiancé about the other’s liabilities before marriage. Regardless of disclosure you will[…]
Generally, that will not affect the validity or enforceability of the document. The prenup states that any failure to identify an asset does not affect its enforceability and it remains[…]
Yes. A prenup or a partition agreement can designate 100% of a spouse’s retirement benefits as the separate property of that spouse.