Should you get a prenuptial agreement? Your marriage will last forever, won’t it? Unfortunately, more than 50 percent of marriages end in divorce.
There are many issues to consider before getting married, especially if this is your second marriage, there are children involved, if you have a high net worth, or if both parties have a lot of assets that they want to protect in case there is a divorce.
Without a prenuptial agreement, personal assets you might have had prior to the marriage may become part of what is called equitable distribution. Prenuptial agreements can cover these issues as well as other issues, such as property, businesses, liability of debts, joint use of property, and waiving alimony in the event of a divorce.
Ian S. Mednick has been helping clients draft prenuptial agreements in New York State for many years. He has drafted prenuptial agreements for a wide range of clients, including people on their first marriage, financially stable clients, and people just starting their careers. Our team has the knowledge and skill to create the most comprehensive prenuptial agreement tailored to your specific needs.