It is not uncommon for two parties entering marriage to create a legally binding document to establish asset distribution and the obligations of each spouse in the event of a future divorce or separation. Premarital agreements are as unique as each couple — they can be as inclusive or exclusive of provisions and terms as you desire. Provisions in a prenup may include:
We take the time to listen to your concerns while advising you of the short- and long-term effects of the provisions in the agreement. Our experienced attorneys make sure the prenuptial agreement you enter into represents your best interests and stands to protect you in the future in the event of dissolution of your marriage. If you are thinking of preparing or drafting a prenuptial agreement, please contact us immediately because there are timing considerations that must be discussed in relation to your wedding date that could impact the validity of the prenuptial agreement.
Are you having marital difficulties but you are not ready to formally divorce? Are you informally separated? In such a case, you have the option of creating a mid-marriage agreement. Mid-marriage agreements are often considered by couples who:
Whatever the reason, we at Rose & Schultz, LLC will speak with you, review your personal and financial situation, and create a mid-marriage agreement that meets your needs.
Call our experienced family law and divorce attorneys representing clients in both New Jersey and New York at Rose & Schultz, LLC at 201.880.9770 to find out how we can help you or contact us online to schedule an appointment.