Modifying Prenuptial Agreements in NJ | What You Need to Know

Marriage is one of the most exciting parts of anyone's life, and though there used to be a stigma regarding prenuptial agreements, this is no longer the case, and more and more individuals throughout the state of New Jersey and in the United States are drafting them. Prenuptial agreements are a practical option and excellent strategy, as you can address what will happen with various marital assets, should you ever…Read More

How Do I Modify a Prenuptial Agreement in New Jersey?

If you and your partner were about to get married and decided to draft a prenuptial agreement, congratulations: you made one of the smartest decisions you will ever make. Prenuptial agreements are instrumental in preserving, and potentially saving certain assets from divorce. Now that the stigma surrounding prenuptial agreements has largely gone by the wayside, looking back, this most likely makes you appreciate drafting such an agreement even more. That…Read More

What Makes a Prenuptial Agreement Valid in New Jersey?

If you are someone who is looking to soon get married, you may wish to consider the importance of drafting a prenuptial agreement. In the past, there has been a stigma with drafting such agreements, however, as the times have changed, so has the attitude towards prenuptial agreements. Many couples now feel as though it is the practical thing to do, enabling them to move on with their lives and…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

Deconstructing Palimony in New Jersey

Although alimony and spousal support are commonplace topics for most married and divorced couples in New Jersey, "palimony" represents another concept that remains a mystery to many. Palimony was originally accepted under New Jersey law in 1979. Its primary intention was to serve a similar purpose as alimony, but for unmarried couples. Just as most areas of divorce and family law are constantly evolving, the requirements and definitions associated with…Read More

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