Nancy D. Kellman attorneys protect your assets before, during, and after your marriage
Do you need a prenup?
A prenuptial agreement establishes clear legal guidelines communicating expectations regarding any number of variables or events that can impact a marriage. These include the allocation of assets and spousal support, even the establishment of a couple's primary residence.
Prenups and their companion postnups (agreements created after the wedding) are designed to minimize the potential of future legal disputes and ensure the assets of all parties are protected.
If you would like to discuss how a pre- or postnup can protect your assets or ensure their distribution to appropriate parties, please click this link to email us, or call me, Nancy D. Kellman, or my colleague Jane Stack at 914-328-0900 to schedule a call.