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No one entering a marriage wants to believe that it will end in divorce. However, the sad reality is that many do end that way. If you or your future spouse has significant assets, is part of a family business, or has a child that must be protected, then a prenuptial agreement might be advised.What is a Prenuptial Agreement
A prenuptial agreement, often called a prenup, is a legal document designed to protect the premarital assets of one or both future spouses.
The issues addressed by a prenup vary from situation to situation. Here are some questions Aretsky Law Group, P.C., lawyers take into consideration when drafting prenuptial agreements:
The following are important things to keep in mind if you decide that a prenup is right for you:
If you and your future spouse are considering a prenup, it is important to discuss these issues openly. When drafting a prenuptial agreement, Aretsky Law Group, P.C., attorneys use this process to foster open communication.Contact Our New Jersey Family Law Attorneys
People entering into a marriage often do not have a comprehensive understanding of their partner’s assets and debts. By clearly presenting all the assets the couple brings to a marriage and establishing liabilities and responsibilities, couples are able to enter into marriage with less anxiety.
If you are getting married and have questions about a prenuptial agreement, please contact Aretsky Law Group, P.C. contact us 24/7 at 800-537-4154.