As the name implies, these two agreements are common agreements between the spouses before and after marriage. The prenuptial agreement will set out the details of the distribution of real estate, property, commercial property and debt after divorce. A post-marriage agreement means that both spouses continue to maintain their marital status, but there are specific allocation details for real estate, property, business, and debt. Pre-marital/post-marital agreements can spell out parties' property interests, but cannot dictate anything regarding the children of the marriage.
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