Long Island Prenuptial Agreement Attorney
Prenuptial Agreements in Long Island, New York
A prenuptial agreement is a legal agreement entered into before a marriage.
Also referred to as an antenuptial agreement, premarital agreement, prenup
or prenupt, a prenuptial agreement makes particular stipulations regarding
alimony/maintenance and more in the event of a
separation agreement or the death of a spouse.
Prenuptial agreements are becoming increasingly common throughout the U.S.
As people get married later in life, they have more assets and possibly
real property to consider. People who have been previously married and
have children with an ex-spouse also have more complex issues such as
child custody and
child support to consider when remarrying.
A Long Island family law attorney can be extremely helpful in drafting
a prenuptial agreement that will address your particular concerns and
will hold up in court should it ever be necessary to execute. At Friedman
& Friedman, Attorneys at Law, we help clients with premarital agreements
throughout Long Island.
Contact Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law for the legal help you need wiht a prenuptial agreement!
New York Prenuptial Agreements Lawyer
Our firm's Long Island divorce lawyer can make the process of creating
and signing a prenup as easy as possible. You will also need someone to
look out for your rights and interests in order to ensure that the agreement
is fair and is most beneficial to your family. A prenuptial agreement
is an excellent decision in many cases and can help you avoid a lot of
trouble in the future. However, it needs to be created correctly in the
first place, and a lawyer can help with this. A lawyer can also help you
enforce a prenuptial agreement or contest the agreement in the case of
a divorce or legal separation.
Experienced New York Family Law Attorneys
Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law has over 35 years of legal experience
and is fully dedicated to protecting the rights of our clients in a number
of family law matters, including prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
When you contact our firm for a consultation, you will meet with an attorney
personally and have your questions answered and needs addressed.