Pre–nuptial and Post–nuptial Agreements
Entering into marriage is not something to be taken lightly, and despite the strong positive emotions that people have before they get married, having a backup plan is always a good idea. Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements are a realistic and efficient way to prevent future disputes or marital issues before they ever become a problem. Drafting such agreements requires a certain level of skill, precision, and knowledge that only an experienced lawyer can provide. Such an attorney can ensure that your pre-nup or post-nup is tailored to your needs and keeps you and your assets protected.
Pre-nuptial agreements can serve many purposes, including protecting your personal assets and the interests of your children, and they help to preempt many disputes that would otherwise arise should you get a divorce. Additionally, a post-nuptial agreement can serve the same purposes in the wake of a marital dissolution, and can also take into account financial changes that may have occurred during the marriage. Regardless of how strong your bond is with your partner, it never hurts to plan for the future, and having an attorney draft a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement is an excellent way to ensure you are prepared for whatever comes your way.
The attorneys at Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C., have drafted numerous pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements for numerous clients, and we are a strong advocate of their use. While pre-nuptial agreements may not be for everyone, we feel that such documents are an excellent way to give both spouses peace of mind going forward. Marriage is a beautiful thing, but not all relationships work out, and a pre-nuptial agreement provides you insurance should your marriage end in divorce. We know that every person has unique issues and needs, and our attorneys can tailor a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement to ensure both that your needs are met and your assets will be protected. If you are planning your wedding, or have already gotten married, call Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C., today at 516-775-5557 to set up a free consultation and discuss how we can help you plan for your future. Located on Long Island, New York, our firm is comprised of professional legal personnel that serves clients throughout the New York City metropolitan area.