Whether before or during the marriage, the law allows individuals, to enter into a contract between themselves that specifies and defines the manner in which your property will be divided or the amount and duration support will be paid should irreconcilable differences require an end to the marriage. Although the law permits the parties to enter into such a contract, there are very special requirements that must be followed in order to ensure the agreement’s enforceability. If these requirements are not followed the contract will be deemed defective and unenforceable, and therefore useless. If you are in need of assistance, you may want to consider retaining the attorneys at Keese Hargraves LLP to take care of the process for you, as they have over a decade of experience helping couples draft or mediate their Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements. Whether you just have a couple questions, or are in need of quality, responsive representation to mediate or draft an Agreement, give Keese Hargraves LLP a call today and schedule a free consultation.