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Prenuptial agreements are a tool used to allow parties entering into a marriage the ability to determine the division of assets and property prior to a marriage, in the event of death or dissolution.
Prenuptial agreements permit parties to deviate from the New York divorce laws, make their own decisions regarding their own lives, and allows parties to do so well in advance of any fighting, arguing, or derogatory feelings. Furthermore, prenuptial agreements do not become enforceable until there is a death or dissolution of the marriage. They are simply meant to protect the parties just in case the document becomes necessary.
We at Van Horn & Friedman, P.C. are advocates of prenuptial agreements. They are often designed from amicable negotiations between future spouses. Our attorneys encourage each and every person that is planning to enter into a marriage contract to contact our office for a consultation to learn more about why you should have a prenuptial agreement executed at least 60 days prior to the date of marriage. Please contact us to learn more and schedule your consultation today.
If you are already married, you may be able to enter into a postnuptial agreement to handle one or more issues, acquisitions, or other transactions in your marriage. Please contact us today to further discuss your options.