PROTECT YOUR ASSETS & BEST INTERESTS!
Whether you are about to get married or are already married, it may be in your best interest to consider creating a pre or postnuptial agreement. Even though many view these legal agreements in a negative light, they are in no way intended to undermine your love or create a division between couples. By having one in place, you may actually improve marital happiness and avoid disputes, time, and money, should a divorce occur in the future.
WHAT TOPICS DO THESE LEGAL AGREEMENTS COVER?
Bruce K. Warren, Esquire and his staff are dedicated to helping clients strategically and effectively create both prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements. We are able
to help protect your assets and best interests as we work together to formulate a detailed and legally sound document. Whether you are looking to safeguard your savings, inheritance, business, or anything in between either before or after marriage, count on us for the help you need!
Pre and postnuptial agreements cover a variety of topics, including:
- How property will be divided
- The treatment of future earnings
- The right of each spouse to sell, transfer, manage, or dispose of assets
- How alimony will be paid
- Setting a budget for household expenses
- Remove business from the table in the event of a divorce
CONTACT OUR NEW JERSEY FAMILY LAW ATTORNEYS TODAY!
If you have substantial assets, debts, stake in a business, children from a prior marriage, or the potential to receive a large inheritance, it may be time to consider creating one of these agreements. Our family law attorneys can provide you and your spouse, or soon-to-be-spouse, with quality legal advice and assistance as we look to make the process agreeable for both parties involved.
For more information on how to begin creating a prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement, contact Bruce K. Warren, Esquire today to make an appointment for an initial consultation.