Maritial Property Laws in Wisconsin

June 21, 2021

In a Wisconsin divorce, marital property is divided according to community laws.

This means that if a divorce occurs, all marital property will be split equally between the spouses. If you would like to guard your assets in the case of a divorce, you may create a prenuptial agreement. This avoids property being divided according to what the Wisconsin Statutes assert. Property will instead be divided according to your wishes.

We understand that considering your plans in the event of a divorce is no attractive task when you are getting married. However, it is important to be prepared for the unknown. If you would like help drafting a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement that will be upheld in court, contact our firm. We will help lessen the stress of planning a wedding by offering you sound legalĀ advice regarding prenuptial agreement formation.

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