Marriages are one of the happiest events that can occur in one’s lifetime. Friends and family come together to celebrate the lifelong bond between two individuals that love each other. Understandably, the last thing on the soon-to-be-married couple’s minds is the division of property should their marriage end. While prenuptial agreements resolve the issue before the couple is married, postnuptial agreements are similar contracts that are not made until after the marriage has already taken place. Both agreements are intended to resolve the division of marital property in the event of a divorce. But, in Nebraska, only one is enforceable.