Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreement Lawyers in Queens
Fighting for Your Family’s Best Interests
No one wants their marriage to end in divorce. While the divorce rate in the U.S. has decreased over the past few years, divorce is still a possibility for all couples. In order to prepare for the future, you and your spouse may want to draft a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement. It’s not pessimistic—it’s realistic. At Levi Divorce & Family Law Attorneys, principal attorney Natalie Markfeld and our Queens prenuptial and postnuptial attorneys have years of experience in helping couples prepare for a more secure future.
What Is the Difference Between a Prenup & a Postnup?
The only difference between a prenuptial and a postnuptial agreement is that a prenuptial agreement is signed before the marriage and a postnuptial agreement is signed after. Both are legal documents that a married couple signs.
The agreement covers important family topics including:
By having clear lines drawn either before or after the marriage ceremony, if you and your spouse ever separate or file for a divorce, the process will be much cleaner.
There are several reasons why people opt for a prenuptial agreement. Some believe they can be more enforceable than postnuptial agreements because it is signed before the marriage when you and your partner are still independent with your own assets. However, postnuptial agreements can be a great option for couples going through big changes, like if one spouse were to have received an inheritance. Our attorneys can work with you to decide which agreement is the best one for your situation.
Do I Need a Prenup or a Postnup?
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements aren’t just for rich people. If you’re expecting to receive an inheritance, or if your partner has a lot of debt that will be entering the marriage, you might want to consider working with our team to create an agreement that the two of you can agree on.
How We Help
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements need to be air-tight so they can hold up in court, if you and your partner ever reach that place. Our prenuptial agreement attorneys in Queens have experience in drafting judge-approved agreements and can help you with yours.
With our help, we can ensure that:
- Neither spouse was pressured into signing the agreement
- Both spouses received complete information
- Both spouses had time to review the agreement
- The terms are enforceable
If you and your partner ever decide to file for divorce, the last thing you’ll need is a poorly written prenuptial or postnuptial agreement causing more conflict. You can trust our team to make things simple and concise.
Call us at (718) 215-0121 for a free consultation for your prenuptial or postnuptial agreement support.