Prenuptial And Postnuptial Agreements

Simply stated, prenuptial agreements exist because marriages are essentially contracts.

These documents establish a maintenance and managements of a couple's finances, citing factors such as closely held family businesses and the needs of children from prior relationships. Possessions of both traditional and sentimental value should also be mentioned.

In this way, the parties' individual investments and contributions are clearly defined in the event of an "operative event" which could end the marriage. "Prenups" can go a long way to clearing up disputes before they begin, during the divorce process.

Postnuptial agreements, on the other hand, can lay the groundwork and "ground rules" for a legal separation, and for wants and needs of both parties after a divorce is finalized.

At the family law firm of Greenberg Bryant & Bleier, LLP, our attorneys are highly proficient at crafting prenuptial and postnuptial documentation that is personalized to a client or couple's unique situation. We have provided quality legal services like these for a diverse matrimonial law clientele during the 40-plus years of our legal team's combined experience.

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Our knowledgeable divorce lawyers can craft customized premarital and postnuptial documents that protect your rights and possessions — but first we must hear about your concerns and goals. This is why we offer initial consultations at our New York City law offices. Appointments may be scheduled by phone at 646-561-9227 or by email message.

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