Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are effective tools available for couples to manage legal issues before such issues become contentious. Unlike a prenuptial agreement, a postnuptial agreement is entered into after the marriage. These agreements are often creative and comprehensive, as the couple anticipates issues in an effort to resolve disputes and save their marriage before such issues even arise. Property distribution and spousal support are often addressed in such agreements.
Parties who have acquired significant wealth after the date of marriage, despite their having entered into a prenuptial, often find it necessary to update their agreement with a postnuptial. It is imperative that couples retain a seasoned Nassau County divorce attorney who is informed of and experienced with the laws concerning marital contracts. A Nassau County divorce attorney at Jane K. Cristal, P.C. can assist in drafting a postnuptial agreement according to a couple's unique circumstances.
Do you have questions about crafting a postnuptial agreement? Want to make sure your assets and best interests are safeguarded, as well as your marriage? Contact Jane K. Cristal, P.C. to discuss your case. We carefully examine the details of your financial and marital situation as we develop an agreement for both parties.
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