Can I Protect Future Earnings with a Prenup in New Jersey?

In the Garden State, prenuptial agreements are meant to define separate assets acquired prior to the marriage so they are not subject to equitable division in the event of a divorce. Despite the common misconception, prenuptial agreements are not only beneficial to celebrities, billionaires and people who own dozens of pre-marital assets. In fact, the bulk of prenuptial agreements are hashed out for middle-class couples who want to enjoy their…Read More

Why Should I Get a Prenuptial Agreement?

Those who are ready to get married are about to enter one of the most exciting chapters of their lives. However, not all marriages go as planned, and if you get a divorce without a prenuptial agreement in place, it may have a significant effect on your financial standing. Fortunately, prenuptial agreements save many people from losing out on what they are entitled to. Here are some of the questions…Read More

How do I get a Prenuptial Agreement in the State of New Jersey

Marriage is exciting, and if you are ready to get married, chances are you’re doing a lot of planning. You have a wedding to plan, maybe you wish to move into a new home, etc. However, since you plan so extensively for your wedding and other events associated with marriage, it is prudent to plan for the opposite end of the spectrum as well. Fortunately, you may not have to…Read More

What is a High Net Worth Divorce?

Nobody pictures themselves filing for divorce at the start of their marriage. Unfortunately, divorce happens, and it is happening now more than ever. Divorce can bear a heavy burden, both financially and emotionally. What’s worse is that if you or your spouse is a high net individual, then you will most likely have additional financial concerns to worry about. If you are considering getting a divorce, here are some questions…Read More

Prenuptial Agreements in NJ

When people start their lives together, it is hard to consider a future where they are not married. Many ignore the reality of divorce. When over 50% of marriages end in divorce, more people should consider drafting prenuptial agreements in order to protect themselves. When a marriage ends, they often address the same relevant issues. Though often overlooked, people avoid the topic of drafting a prenuptial agreement because they believe…Read More

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