A great way to save time and money in your family law action is to reach agreements on major issues before or after litigation begins. Agreements can be done well in advance of a court proceeding.
Pre-nuptial agreements are entered into prior to the parties' marriage, and can address one issue or most issues that would arise in the event the parties' divorce.
Post-nuptial agreements can be entered into after the parties' marriage, and may be part of the divorce process.
Agreements may also be entered into when parents are unmarried to establish paternity, parental rights, time-sharing and support.