Long Island Postnuptial Agreement Lawyer
What Are the Benefits of a Postnuptial Agreement?
If you and your spouse are interested in preparing a postnuptial agreement,
is important to speak with an experienced Long Island divorce lawyer immediately
so that you can ensure your best interests are fully protected. A postnuptial
agreement differs from a
prenuptial agreement in that it is drafted after the couple has already been married. A postnuptial
agreement can be beneficial for one or both spouses where there was no
prenuptial agreement signed prior to the marriage. A postnuptial agreement
may or may not signify impending divorce, however, in many cases the parties
want to specify exactly what will happen in the case of a divorce. The
agreement could cover the responsibilities and duties of each party during
a period of separation, and could act as a blueprint for a divorce in
Rubenfeld Law Firm, we have assisted many clients that were either facing a divorce or contemplating
a separation and possible divorce. Our Long Island divorce attorney has
over 25 years of experience and has handled every aspect of
family law. There is no substitute for experience in managing divorce and separation
matters, including postnuptial agreements. Clients come to us because
we are able to handle all of the issues related to drafting a carefully
worded postnuptial agreement.
Postnuptial Agreements: Experience Matters
What is laid out in the postnuptial agreement can vary depending on the
specific needs of the spouses. As with any prenuptial agreement, postnuptial
agreements define how marital property will be divided and includes
spousal support, retirement funds, and the responsibilities of each party with regard
to debts and other obligations. Ensuring that you engage the services
of an experienced attorney to draft your postnuptial agreements is crucial
if you are to protect your interests. New York has specific rules that
must be followed for a postnuptial agreement to be legal.
contact the firm today if you have any questions regarding a postnuptial agreement.