Prenuptial Agreement Attorneys in Ocean County
Understand Your Options for Safeguarding Your Future
Prenuptial or premarital agreements (often referred to as “prenups”) are often overlooked by couples who are getting married. Prenups tend to have a bad reputation, but they are an incredibly useful tool within a marriage. Premarital agreements outline the rights and obligations of both spouses and set up a plan that protects both parties in the event of a divorce or death. Often, couples find that simply having a plan in place allows for a greater level of confidence in the marriage and, in the unfortunate case of divorce or death, being prepared can greatly ease the process.
Learn more about how our firm can help you with a prenuptial agreement—contact us today at (732) 240-9555 to schedule a consultation.
At New Jersey Family Law Group, our experienced Ocean County prenuptial agreement attorneys can help you create a plan that protects your future and the future of your new family. We provide open communication and sound legal counsel for couples who wish to pursue premarital agreements, helping you fully understand your various options and how the process works.
What Does a Prenuptial Agreement Cover?
Prenups help to settle many issues that typically come up during divorce negotiations. They may also be used to secure your future if a spouse passes away.
Prenuptial agreements typically include provisions for the following:
- personal assets;
- business assets;
- property distribution;
- spousal support;
- financial distribution;
- insurance coverage;
- wills; and/or
Though it is a hard conversation to have with your spouse, we believe prenuptial agreements provide the chance to make marriage bonds even stronger. They can increase communication between partners and help establish the rules of the future marriage.
Need Help with Your Prenuptial Agreement? Contact Our Ocean County Prenup Lawyers Today!
New Jersey Family Law Group will ensure that your prenuptial agreement is drafted correctly so that it can be upheld in New Jersey family law courts; improperly drafted agreements may not be enforceable and could result in costly litigation.