Checking a marital or post-ascending agreement by a lawyer is essential to ensure that the document meets your needs, and also that it is declared valid and enforceable in court if it is ever necessary. At Buckhead Family Law, we negotiate, design and verify marital and postuptial agreements with a close eye. We take the time and attention to understand your needs and make sure you get the deal you want. Call our family practice at 404-600-1403 to discuss your marriage or post-uptial agreement with a competent and experienced pre-contract lawyer in Atlanta. Post-nuptial agreements are gaining popularity as financial instruments for already married couples. These agreements (sometimes simply called marriage contracts) are often used to make financial decisions such as setting budgets or separating the commercial assets and liabilities of a spouse from the couple`s finances. A marital agreement is a practical way to address important issues in a marriage that ensures the safety and peace of mind of both spouses. Pre-marriage agreements must be carefully crafted by a competent and experienced lawyer from the Atlanta Pre-Wedding Society to ensure that they are valid and applicable if they are ever needed. Keep reading about why many couples choose to enter into a marriage or post-uptial agreement in Georgia and contact Buckhead Family Law if you are in the Atlanta area and consider the benefits of a prenupe in your next marriage. If your prenup agreement has been established in accordance with the guidelines of the Georgian domestic code, it is a legally binding contract. Some prenups have clauses and provisions for termination of the contract, but any major changes to the agreement should be made by filing an endorsement that would amend or update the original terms. To ensure that the court imposes an endorsement on your Prenup, there must be a change in the circumstances that require a modification of the original. These changes may include: Fortunately, Georgian law recognizes the ability of a married couple to enter into a post-uptial arrangement during the marriage.