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Queer Money

Nov 28, 2017

Get the resources for this podcast here: Postnuptial agreements for those without prenups Before ‘I do,’ have an honest conversation with your partner about money, children and prenuptial agreements should your relationship end. If ‘I do’ is already ‘I did,’ here’s what you should know about postnuptial agreements. Pre and postnuptial agreements & divorce with Jennie Wray Jennie Wray is a partner with Denver’s Harris Law. One of the firm’s most accomplished attorneys, Jennie has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star for five years running. She was also nominated for Denver Business Journal’s Top 40 Under 40 in 2016 and 2017. A graduate of Vermont Law School, Jennie gained valuable insight into family law and court proceedings externing for New Jersey’s Presiding Judge in the Civil Division and the Hudson County Superior Court, Family Division. She has been with The Harris Law Firm since October of 2008, providing legal representation to clients in the dissolution of marriage and the allocation of parental responsibilities. Jennie shares important information about setting up a marital agreement (prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements and divorces) to protect both partners as well as any children from previous relationships. She explains the traditional provisions of these marital agreements, the concept of ‘marital property,’ and how the court views debt amassed before and during a marriage.