Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements

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Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements

Preparing for for Your Future

The moment a couple becomes engaged is filled with joy and excitement.  The future is filled with promises of forever and “until death do us part”. Therefore, most couples do not consider the “what if’s” of a marriage failing.  This makes discussions regarding Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements a topic to generally avoid. However, it may be best to discuss essential topics of child rearing, assets, and finances should the seemingly improbable occur.

What are a Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements?

A Pre or Post-nuptial agreement can be as simple or as detailed as you choose. It can include future children, incomes, or degrees you may already hold or will complete after the marriage. By talking about these things up front while you are communicating and cooperating with your spouse or intended spouse, a couple may be able to avoid severe mental, emotional and financial distress if a divorce should occur in the future. An agreement of this sort can give a couple security and piece of mind that these issues have been discussed and agreed upon in advance, so that they may focus on enjoying their partnership.

How We Can Help You

At Weisberg & Zukher your case will receive personal attention from experienced and knowledgeable attorneys, who will listen and represent you with the goal of obtaining the best possible result.  Our family attorneys will work hard to assist you reach the agreements best suited to you and your spouse and intended spouse.

Because “Your Life is Our Business,” our commitment to you is to provide unmatched quality of personal attention and representation at an affordable price.  Because every case is different, we will work with you to charge a reasonable fee based on the facts and legal work required in your case.  Call us at 315-701-2939 or CONTACT US ONLINE and we will be with you every step of the way.

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