New Jersey Divorce Attorney Discusses Creating a Prenuptial Agreements
As a New Jersey Divorce Attorney, I am often formulate prenuptial agreements for clients. When you’re looking to create a prenuptial agreement, and you are the party that has the greater wealth, you may want to protect your retirement assets from being subject to equitable distribution in the event of a divorce. You may determine a specific amount of alimony that would be paid out, which may reflect the length of the marriage. The shorter the marriage, the less alimony; the longer the marriage, the more alimony.
Child support is not part of a prenuptial agreement. You can’t bring child support into it because child support is the right of the child, not of either party who would be signing a prenuptial agreement.
Do you live in Jersey City or the surrounding counties and looking to formulate an iron clad prenuptial agreement? Contact experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney Brian Freeman to guide you.