Protecting Your Business with a Prenuptial Agreement

Future brides and grooms often avoid the thought of divorce. For business owners, the consequences of divorce often lead to financial strains that can affect future business. Therefore, it is encouraged that engaged couples consider a prenuptial agreement, commonly referred to as a prenup, which is an agreement between future spouses determining each party’s property » Read More

Importance of a Prenuptial Agreement

Millennials are marrying later than previous generations, and many have added an additional factor before getting married: a prenuptial agreement. While prenuptial agreements have been common for decades, they were more often used by celebrities and those with children from prior marriages. Today, millennials without children are entering prenuptial agreements before their first weddings. Each » Read More

Benefits of Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements are becoming more commonplace, as couples of all ages are realizing that these documents are not just for wealthy families. They are used to protect assets, children, and businesses, with the added purpose of avoiding stressful, expensive arguments if a divorce occurs. Without a prenuptial agreement in place, a court can make important » Read More

Student Loans Cause Divorce

According to a report from CNBC, one out of every eight divorces is caused by student loan debt. In fact, Student Loan Hero, a website for education debt management, reports that the average loan for the graduating class of 2017 is almost $40,000. Although it is no secret that money issues are a common cause » Read More

Prenuptial Agreements in New Jersey

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are written contracts made between two people before they marry. Once thought of to protect the rich before marriage, more couples are turning to prenuptial agreements. One reason for this is the recent trend of people marrying later in life. Modern newlyweds may have established long term careers, own several homes, » Read More

Division of Retirement Assets in Divorce

For separating couples, wading through complicated property and financial asset division can be as draining as the emotional distress. Retirement assets are often the largest savings people have and are subject to their own set of regulations. It should not be assumed that a spouse has rights to these assets, even if the divorce decree » Read More

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