One legal service that has become more popular over the last several years is the preparation of pre-marital agreements, or if the parties are already married, then a post-marital agreement. For any client who has a significant amount of assets or income or if he or she anticipate that they will have significant assets or income in the future, then a pre-marital agreement is a must. You can certainly learn a lot about your future spouse when a pre-marital agreement is presented to him or her. As for post-marital agreements, sometimes the parties have accumulated significant assets during the marriage and want to sort out who will get what asset in the event of a divorce. By entering a post-marital agreement, the parties know in advance what each will receive if they divorce. Recently New Hampshire has recognized that post-marital agreements, if properly prepared, are enforceable. Therefore, it is important that the attorney who drafts a pre-marital or post-marital agreement for you has a sound knowledge in this area and takes care to meet all of the technical requirements.