Spouses also often use follow-up contracts when one or both have children from a previous relationship whom they wish to protect in the event of a future divorce. Estate contracts can also be used when a spouse has developed a gambling problem or accumulated a large credit card credit or when a spouse inherits the estate assets of a deceased loved one. In these cases, a terminating contract can help protect the interests of each party. The agreement must also be entered into voluntarily by both parties, with full and fair disclosure at the time of signing….