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The blissful excitement of getting married can often overshadow the need for financial protection. However, a prenuptial agreement can be a crucial step to safeguard your assets and property in case of divorce. At Spodek Law Group, we understand that every couple has unique concerns when entering into marriage, and that prenuptial agreements should be tailored to individual needs.
Our experienced prenuptial agreement lawyer, Todd Spodek, can assess your circumstances and advise you on how a premarital contract may benefit your situation. Prenups are legally binding documents that set out the rights and obligations of people entering into marriage. They can protect the financial interests of children from previous marriages, shield one spouse from the other’s debt, stipulate whether alimony will be paid in divorce, and more. Our prenuptial agreement lawyer will listen carefully to your concerns and work hard to ensure your best interests are represented.
New Jersey’s Uniform Premarital Agreement Act governs prenuptial agreements in the state. Prenups can contain provisions regarding joint and separate property, the right to buy, sell, use, transfer, exchange, abandon, lease, assign, dispose of or otherwise manage and control property, division of property and assets upon separation, divorce, or death, and more. However, prenups cannot determine decisions about custody or child support.
Although it is not required by law to hire a lawyer for a prenup, it is highly recommended. Without legal counsel, your prenup may not be enforceable if it is challenged in divorce. Both parties in a prenup should have their own independent attorneys to ensure that the prenup is enforceable.
When choosing a prenup lawyer, it is important to find an attorney who is experienced in preparing enforceable prenups in the state. At Spodek Law Group, our family law attorneys have extensive experience creating prenuptial agreements for every unique situation.
Just as your wedding planning checklist is intended to help make sure nothing is missed, a prenuptial agreement checklist can help you think through what you want to have protected. Your pre-marital assets, your future spouse’s current debt, and your estate plan are some of the important items to consider.
A mid-marriage agreement is similar to a prenup but can be executed anytime during marriage. They may be valuable for high-net-worth couples who want to define their shared property and its equitable division in case of divorce, a spouse who wants to protect a business from potential divorce fallout, and people who want to protect themselves financially from an unstable marriage.
Some people mistakenly believe that a prenuptial agreement will not survive a legal challenge. However, the determination as to whether a particular agreement will be enforceable hinges upon whether the particular agreement is found to satisfy certain statutory requirements.
If you have questions about prenuptial agreements or need assistance in negotiating a prenuptial agreement under New Jersey law, Attorney Todd Spodek and the team at Spodek Law Group can help.
Are you getting ready to tie the knot? Congratulations! No doubt you’re excited about starting a new life with the one you love. But as you plan your future together, it’s important to take a moment to consider the possibility that things might not work out as planned. While it’s not the most romantic topic, discussing a prenuptial agreement can help you protect your assets, plan for the future, and prevent uncertainty and anxiety down the road.
If you or your future spouse has significant assets, a family business, or a child from a previous relationship, a prenup might be advised. A prenuptial agreement is a legal document designed to protect the premarital assets of one or both future spouses. It’s an agreement that outlines the financial and property rights of each spouse, and it can help you avoid disputes and uncertainty in the event of a divorce or other life event.
The issues addressed by a prenup vary from situation to situation. Here are some questions our experienced attorneys at Spodek Law Group consider when drafting prenuptial agreements:
If you decide that a prenup is right for you, there are some important things to keep in mind:
People entering into a marriage often do not have a comprehensive understanding of their partner’s assets and debts. By clearly presenting all the assets the couple brings to a marriage and establishing liabilities and responsibilities, couples are able to enter into marriage with less anxiety.
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