If you are an individual with property, cash, or assets whose disposition you want to direct regardless of the outcome of your marriage, then a prenuptial agreement is a tool to give you that control.
Often, people entering into second or later marriages want to ensure that money and belongings will transfer to their children in the event of their death, while for other couples, the considerations may be more personal.
Two professionals who enter into marriage with cash, assets, and reputations established may not want to risk a messy divorce down the road.
Rather than take that chance, they use the prenuptial agreement to map out their exit strategies should the marriage fail.
The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino understand the sensitivity of arranging a prenuptial agreement, and also the practicality of it for so many couples embarking on their lives together.
Call us at 718-523-1111 and learn how you and your future spouse can protect each other with a thoughtful, properly executed prenuptial agreement.