Prenuptial Agreement Lawyer in Suffolk County
Our Long Island Attorneys Can Help With This Matter
The Law Offices of Michael Catalanotto, PC will help you navigate the process of negotiating a prenuptial agreement and protect your assets and estate as well as the interests of your children. Our Suffolk County prenuptial agreement attorneys offer free consultations and take pride in providing one-on-one attention with clients throughout New York.
Do I Need a Prenup?
A prenuptial agreement is one thing an otherwise happy couple would prefer not to discuss in the months leading up to a wedding. However, reality dictates that people of all ages and income brackets at least consider a prenuptial agreement. As of 2008, 40 percent of all American marriages end in divorce. And at least one spouse is embarking upon remarriage in 46 percent of marriages as of 2008. With those statistics, it would be foolish for a couple—particularly one comprised of at least one previously divorced spouse—to not look into a prenuptial agreement to protect both parties.
Such contracts are not entered into easily, though—even when prenuptial agreements are agreed upon, it is likely that at least one party will try to challenge their validity during divorce proceedings. That's why it's imperative you consult with a skilled attorney.
Protect Your Assets with a Prenuptial Agreement
A prenuptial agreement can provide peace of mind and financial security for both parties entering into a marriage. Our experienced attorneys at The Law Office of Michael Catalanotto, PC can help you draft a comprehensive prenuptial agreement that protects your assets and clarifies financial expectations in the event of a divorce.
Benefits of a prenuptial agreement include:
- Protection of separate property and assets acquired before marriage
- Clarification of financial responsibilities during marriage
- Avoidance of lengthy and costly legal battles in the event of divorce
- Protection of family inheritances and businesses
- Peace of mind for both parties entering into the marriage
Whether you are getting married for the first time or entering into a second marriage, a prenuptial agreement can provide the necessary legal protection and clarity for your future. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with our experienced Suffolk County prenuptial agreement attorneys.
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