Pre and Post-Nuptial Agreements in Westchester County
Serving Westchester, Bronx, Putnam, Dutchess, Rockland and Orange Counties
Prenuptial and marital (or post-nuptial) agreements are important and sometimes necessary documents that help to clearly define your rights and obligations concerning a number of important issues.
These Issues Include:
- Mattes involving children
Both prenuptial and marital (postnuptial) agreements are contracts that you and your spouse may agree to before your marriage or during your marriage.
With more than 65 years of experience, our firm can help you draft a complete prenuptial or postnupital agreement that is designed to protect your rights. When you work with us, you will receive the highest quality legal representation available. Contact us today!
Protections of a Prenuptial Agreement
If you run a business, have financial wealth, own real estate, or are bringing other assets to the marriage, a prenuptial agreement will define and clarify ownership rights in those assets before any problems may arise in the marriage. With more people obtaining or having important assets prior to getting married, more people are looking to protect those assets from the start. Our clients look to the proven experience of our prenuptial lawyers to help them protect their financial investments and interests. The additional benefit is that in business, a prenuptial agreement may also give peace of mind to investors, business partners, and entrepreneurs that a spouse will not be able to jeopardize their financial interests.
Protections of a Postnuptial Agreement
The same benefits can be achieved by creating and executing a postnuptial agreement. Anytime during the marriage, and before you file a divorce action, you may enter into a marital agreement that serves much of the same purposes of a prenuptial agreement. This agreement will define your obligations and protect your rights, should your relationship dissolve.
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If you are seeking to have a Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreement, then you need the assistance of one or our skilled White Plains family lawyers to navigate the legal process to make sure that you are protected. We are here to protect your rights.
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