What You Should Know about Modifying Prenuptial Agreements

There are a few situations that might prompt someone to be interested in modifying a prenuptial agreement. One situation might be that you are considering drafting a prenuptial agreement altogether and are curious about the modification process should life change down the line. You may also be curious about modifying a prenuptial agreement that is already put into place but are looking into this process due to your spouse violating…Read More

What You Need to Know About Prenuptial Agreements in New Jersey

In today's day and age, divorce is more common than ever. For this reason, more and more couples throughout the United States are drafting prenuptial agreements in an effort to protect their assets from a future potential divorce. While drafting a prenuptial agreement before marriage is hardly considered romantic, the truth is, these agreements are simply useful tools that can save both parties greatly in the long run, and with…Read More

What You Need to Know About High Net Worth Divorce in New Jersey

Couples with high-value assets have a lot on the line when getting divorced, which is why if you are in a high net worth divorce, you must continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable New Jersey divorce attorneys to learn more about high net worth divorces and how our firm can help fight to protect the assets that are rightfully yours. Here are some of the questions you may have…Read More

Should I Draft a Prenuptial Agreement?

In today's day and age, more and more couples are moving to draft prenuptial agreements to preserve their assets in the event of a future divorce. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable Bergen County family law attorneys to learn more about prenuptial agreements and how we can help you draft one. What is the purpose of a prenuptial agreement? There are various reasons why couples choose to draft…Read More

What to Consider Before Establishing a Prenuptial Agreement

The decisions that go into planning a wedding can seem endless. Complicated choices from whom to invite, the date, and the venue can be difficult. One planning decision that should not be difficult, however, is deciding to create a prenuptial agreement or not. Often people dismiss or undermine the importance of a premarital agreement because they cannot fathom divorcing the person they are about to marry. While it might seem out of…Read More

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