Many couples, about to be married, are hesitant to sign a prenuptial agreement because they feel that it reflects badly on the impending marriage. Apart from these concerns, a prenuptial agreement can assist in protecting the interests of both parties in the event of a divorce.
Our firm can help you understand your options and make the right choice. Contact Veres & Riordan LLC to learn more about prenuptial agreements; reach us at (973) 577-4118.
A prenuptial agreement is a contract signed by the engaged couple prior to the wedding and is designed to equally or fairly split the assets / liabilities and define support obligations of each partner in the event of a marriage breakdown. Conventional divorce agreements usually split assets by both parties coming around the table to negotiate losses and gains, and this can result in long court battles and disagreement.
The party claiming that an asset is pre-marital or “exempt” has the burden of proving it. In a long-term marriage, this can sometimes prove challenging. A well-drafted prenuptial agreement can avoid lengthy and expensive litigation later. The family law attorneys at Veres & Riordan can assist you in drafting a prenuptial agreement or in reviewing a drafted prenuptial agreement that will protect your financial interests.
The family law attorneys at Veres & Riordan LLC can assist you in negotiating, drafting and / or reviewing a prenuptial agreement to safeguard your rights and interests. A Denville divorce lawyer from our firm is prepared to work diligently in order to provide you with the necessary security to shelter your financial interests should your marriage end in divorce.
For more information, call our law office in Denville, New Jersey at (973) 577-4118 or schedule an online consultation.