Prenuptial Agreements

Angela C. Paternostro-Pfister and the family law attorneys at Morris, Downing & Sherred, have represented northern New Jersey residents seeking help with prenuptial agreements. Regardless of the complexity of your case, we can navigate you through a legal process that can be legally complex and emotionally charged.

The Practical Legal Advice You Need When Pursuing A Prenup

While not every couple needs a prenuptial agreement, the number of marriages that end in divorce make it something to strongly consider. A prenup should be a consideration when two people are contemplating marriage. Discussing the possibility of one can be an important step in solidifying trust and open communication between a soon-to-be husband and wife.

Prenuptial agreements are not exclusively for the famous and wealthy. Regardless of careers or financial standings prior to or following a marriage, couples from all walks of life need to consider taking proactive steps. While it may not prevent the emotional devastation of divorce or bitter battles that often ensue, prenups can spell out the specifics of a divorce, including property division, particularly if one spouse has an inheritance.

A prenuptial agreement is usually the last thing a couple wants to discuss as they are planning a wedding. However, it can ease the divorce process, saving time, money and stress between a couple. The document can also provide financial security and peace of mind for the stay-at-home parent.

Contact Our Newton Prenuptial Agreement Attorneys

Our Sussex County divorce lawyers offer sound legal guidance for our clients seeking help with a prenuptial agreement. To learn more about how our firm can help you, contact our Newton offices online or call 973-383-2700 to schedule a confidential consultation.