It's generally well-known that "hindsight is 20/20." If most of us could return to certain points in the past, we'd likely do things differently and make alternate decisions. Most of the time, however, it's simply too late and the chance has passed. When it comes to marriage, though, there are some marital contract-related decisions that can be made after wedding bells have rung.
A misconception many Houston couples are likely to have about prenuptial agreements is that they can only be made before the wedding. While this is technically true, already-married couples can still create valid marital contracts, known as postnuptial agreements, in the state of Texas.