What You Should Know about Modifying Prenuptial Agreements

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 one or more of the prenup’s terms.

Fortunately, it is possible to modify prenuptial agreements with the assistance of an experienced divorce attorney. This way, you can find comfort in knowing that your prenuptial agreement will always reflect your life and the current stage you and your spouse are in. Continue reading to discover the different processes to take depending on the stance you have when modifying your prenuptial agreement. If you have any further questions regarding this process, do not hesitate to contact our firm today to discuss your situation. We are here to help.

Modifying Your Prenuptial Agreement: How To

Obtaining a modification of your prenuptial agreement is a simple process given you and your spouse’s lives have changed and you are ready to make the adjustment together. The process will include a request for modification which will require a signed agreement by both you and your spouse stating that you agree to the modification.

However, if you are looking to modify your prenup due to a more serious reason, such as your spouse violating a term of your prenuptial agreement, the process will be a bit different. It is highly recommended that you gain the assistance of a knowledgeable and understanding New Jersey family law attorney to complete this process. If you are looking to void a specific term that your spouse has violated, or even void the entire agreement, you will have to prove that your spouse specifically violated one or more terms of your prenuptial agreement.

Do not hesitate to reach out to our firm to begin this process. We have helped countless individuals modify their prenuptial agreements within both of these scenarios with success. You do not have to go through this process alone. Give us a call today to schedule an initial consultation.

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At Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, our attorneys have extensive experience helping clients to understand and protect their legal rights before, during, and after the divorce process in towns across New Jersey and Bergen County, including Hackensack, Ridgewood, Paramus, Teaneck, and Fort Lee. To speak with our team of divorce lawyers today in a free and confidential consultation regarding your concerns about your divorce, please contact us online, or through our Hackensack, NJ office at (201) 397-1750.

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