This Post-Nuptial Agreement is a contract by which a married couple agrees that they
will keep their property separate, rather than allowing their individual property to become
community property. By executing this document, the parties waive the right to share in
each other's estate upon death, and waive the right to alimony and other forms of
spousal support. The document contains an exhibit where the parties can describe the
division of property in the event of a divorce. It sets forth a standard post-nuptial
agreement and may be customized to fit the specific needs of the parties. This should
be used by married spouses that want to keep their property separate.
_____________________________, referred to as “Husband”, located at
_____________________________, referred to as “Wife”, located at
___________________________________, and together with Husband the “Parties”
agree as follows:
The Parties agree as follows:
1. In consideration of the property division described in Exhibit A attached hereto,
each party herewith waives the right to share in each other’s estate upon death, whether
by will, statutory right, statutory share, dower, whether such right now exists by case
law or by statute, and waives the right to alimony, whether permanent or rehabilitative,
separate maintenance, or other forms of spousal support.
2. Each party acknowledges that he or she has had an opportunity to consult with
independent counsel of his or her own choice.
3. This Post-marital Agreement represents the entire Agreement of the parties, and
there are no representations others than those stated herein. This Agreement may only
be modified in a writing executed by both parties.
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Signature of Husband Date
Signature of Wife Date
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[Comment: describe property division, as agreed upon by the Parties]
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