Tailoring Prenuptial Agreements To Protect Your Unique Concerns
With the extremely complex nature of equitable distribution laws today, it is of great urgency and necessity to have a professional and experienced attorney draw up the documents.
Upon committing to marriage, you pledge not only to spend the rest of your life with your partner, but you are also committing to a very serious legal and economic relationship. At Giro & Associates LLC, our aggressive and highly experienced attorneys can help to guide you through the planning and preparation of a premarital agreement before committing to the marriage.
In order to properly design and execute a thorough prenuptial agreement, a skilled attorney at our firm will sit down with you and evaluate each party’s finances and property.
Regardless of your community status or your age, getting a professional family law attorney to assist you in establishing and executing a sound prenuptial agreement can save you countless headaches and court fees down the road.
Common Questions Regarding Prenuptial Agreement
Our qualified lawyers will thoroughly cover many issues in regard to your prenuptial agreement and gladly answer any questions that you may have. Some common relevant questions may include:
- Will my business and home become marital property after the marriage?
- Why shouldn’t I just use one of the do-it-yourself prenuptial agreements I found online?
- What can my prenuptial agreement cover?
- Can I get a postnuptial agreement?
Regardless of your marital status or future wedding date, it is never too early or too late to construct a personalized prenuptial agreement.
How Prenuptial Agreements Can Protect Your Business Interests
If you or your partner own a business and are considering getting married, we highly recommend consulting with one of our reputable New Jersey prenuptial agreement attorneys immediately. Giro & Associates LLC have helped countless couples to get a prenuptial agreement in place in order to protect their best interest.
Benefits prenups offer to business owners include:
- Specifying how the business interest you owned before the marriage will be kept separate from the marital property
- Specifying how your family business will remain with your family in the event that you pass away or get divorced
- Assuring your business partners that they will retain control of your business if you pass away, become disabled or divorced
- Giving you peace of mind that any increase in the value of your business during the marriage will not be considered marital property
- Ensuring that if your spouse’s business grows during the course of the marriage, you will receive a fair share for that growth
Make Sound Decisions Before You Tie The Knot
If you are planning on getting married and are in need of a prenuptial agreement attorney, please call us today to schedule your consultation at our River Edge office. Reach us easily through our online form or by calling 201-771-9436.