West Virginia couples may have any number of reasons to resist drafting a prenuptial agreement, and while those reasons may have seemed sound at the time, you might find yourself wishing you had done otherwise now that you have tied the knot. However, even though a prenup is no longer in the cards, you can still work out a similar arrangement with your spouse known as a postnuptial agreement.
As FindLaw explains, postnups address mostly the same issues as prenuptial agreements, so it is likely you can still deal with issues that you may have had in mind before you got married. However, postnuptial agreements are also bound by the same limitations as prenuptial agreements. For example, courts generally do not consider child support and child custody provisions in prenups valid and are no more likely to legitimize such provisions in postnuptial agreements.