If you got married and did not get a prenup signed and wish that you had, it is not too late. Texas also authorizes a post-marital agreement. A post marital agreement can do anything that a pre-marital agreement could accomplish towards future earnings. If you have already had significant earnings during the marriage, you would also need a partition and exchange agreement if you wanted to divide all assets with your spouse. Of course, the most important consideration is that your spouse has to be willing to sign as well. I would recommend that each of you be represented by an attorney in drafting and executing the post-marital and partition and exchange agreement.
Do you have a family law question that you would like to ask a Texas attorney? Post it in the comments section.