Top
We Help With Postnuptial Agreements

Get Real Help From Real People

Dedicated Team With Lived Experience
  • Education

    Our goal is to educate and provide you with favorable options so that you feel empowered to choose the best outcome.

  • Compassion

    When it comes to divorce, amicability is our first step – when that doesn’t work, we are not afraid to throw on the gloves and fight for you.

  • Team-Focused

    When you work with our firm you become a part of our family. You can rest assured that you have a fierce team of advocates backing you up.

  • Honesty

    We don’t sugar-coat here. We say it to you straight so that you always know where your case stands

Worcester County Postnuptial Agreement Lawyers 

Guiding Clients Through The Postnuptial Agreement Process in Massachusetts 

After a couple marries, they may wish to enter into a legally binding marital contract. This document could be an invaluable tool used to resolve matters such as alimony and asset division in the event of a future divorce. It is important to note that a postnuptial agreement does not necessarily mean that you intend to get a divorce. Instead, these agreements can serve as a plan for the future that safeguards your assets should a change in marital status occur.

Our dedicated Westborough postnuptial agreement lawyers can help you create a document that addresses your full range of concerns. Because our team has over 35 combined years of exclusive family law experience, our martial contract attorneys know how to implement beneficial and practical solutions that may help develop a fair and well-grounded post-nup agreement.


Call O'Connor Family Law today at (774) 315-4220 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our postnuptial agreement attorney in Worcester County.


When is a Postnuptial Agreement Enforceable?

When a couple drafts a postnuptial agreement, it must fulfill specific guidelines to be a valid contract, according to the court. A judge must take into account a variety of factors when determining if a particular postnup is enforceable.

First, a court may evaluate if either party used duress or deception when submitting the agreement. The court also may examine the circumstances surrounding the contract, including whether each spouse had an attorney representing their interests and when the document was issued.

Additionally, both parties are required to make all assets known when preparing a postnuptial contract. If either party fails to include certain assets in the final agreement, a court may later determine that it is invalid.

A significant factor in determining the enforceability of a postnuptial agreement is whether the document’s provisions are legally valid and fair for both parties. To determine the fairness of a particular contract, a court may look at the history of the spouses, the document’s terms concerning the division of marital property, and the competence of each party’s respective attorney when the agreement was drawn up. Our attorneys in Westborough understand these guidelines and can help a party draw up a robust and valid post-nup agreement.

What Terms Are Commonly Included in Postnuptial Contracts?

There is a wide range of terms that can be a part of a postnuptial contract. Our Westborough attorneys can review one spouse’s situation, the entirety of their assets, and other pertinent concerns and advise what provisions should be covered in the final postnuptial agreement.

Postnup contracts frequently discuss how a couple may deal with both separate and marital property in the event of a divorce. While marital property generally refers to assets secured during the marriage, separate property is assets obtained by either party before they got married. Inheritance money and gifts are some examples of assets that may be considered separate property, but retirement and joint bank accounts are typically considered marital property.

If spouses have children, this couple may try to include provisions relating to custody, child support, visitation, and other related issues. However, it is important to note that a judge has the final say on these issues. If a judge believes that the terms a couple proposes for their children are not in their best interests, the court may not approve this portion of the postnuptial agreement.

Contact Our Postnuptial Agreement Attorney in Worcester County Today

Ready to take the first step toward securing your future? Contact O'Connor Family Law to get started with our postnuptial agreement attorney in Worcester County today. Our team is committed to delivering top-notch legal services prioritizing your best interests. Don't leave the future to chance—let us guide you through developing a comprehensive and legally sound postnuptial agreement. Schedule a consultation today and gain the peace of mind that comes with skilled legal support.


Contact O'Connor Family Law today to schedule a consultation with our Worcester County postnuptial agreement lawyer.


    "O'Connor Family Law and specifically Lydia Field were amazing throughout my entire divorce process. Lydia was so knowledgeable, responsive, and helpful as we worked through the mountains of paperwork."

    - Sarah M.

    "I am so happy with the services Attorney Khan provided, she came in at the last minute after a previous attorney did not fulfil his duties and she found errors he had made, worked all weekend on a rush to finalize my divorce."

    - Courtney O.

    "LaKeshia Parker Smalls and her team were so wonderful throughout my divorce process. I spoke with a few other lawyers before hiring her who made me feel like a burden with all the questions I needed answers to."

    - Jessica C.

    "Sasha Khan worked with me for 10 months on a child custody modification. She had a difficult case with the opposing party, but was very professional and driven to defend me and give advice through a very difficult time in my life."

    - Shannon W.

No Big Egos Here.
We're the Real Help You're Looking For.

Hands in, team: we're on a mission.

We're a team of real people who have been through what you're facing now. Because we've been there, we know the way out. Call us today.

Reach Out To Get Started