A postnuptial agreement is a marital property agreement that plans the details of the division of assets in the event the marriage is dissolved. It works similarly to a prenuptial agreement. However, a postnuptial agreement is established after the marriage occurs, instead of before. 

Wisconsin is a community property state. This means that marital property will be split down the middle (50/50) if a divorce occurs. If the spouses wish for a different arrangement, a marital property agreement must be signed. 

Kowalski Family Law has successfully represented numerous clients, both to enforce and overturn marital property agreements, and we will ensure that you have the best representation possible. 

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