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Finances in Prenuptial Agreements: It is about being fair.

Our prenuptial and mediation attorneys are available to serve you in Morristown, Chester, Chatham, and the greater Morris County Area

It´s all about being fair

Some issues that prenuptial agreements also handle are the increase and decrease of the value of stock or CDs. The prenup is about being fair; it´s not about safeguarding every asset you acquired during the marriage.

How are assets divided in a prenuptial agreement?

It´s very common for prenups to shield or handle primarily assets, but usually whether or not most prenuptial agreements state that, at least the ones I draft, assets acquired during the marriage are still divided, and quite often we use dividing them on an equal basis.

A Prenuptial Agreement in New Jersey can be designed to protect any asset, including:

  • Homes
  • Other Real Estate & Properties
  • Investment Accounts
  • Trusts
  • Business Assets
  • Foreign Assets
  • And more

At Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, our attorneys have extensive experience helping clients to create, sign, modify, contest, and affirm non-marital agreements of all kinds in towns across Morristown, Chester, Mendham, Chatham, and the greater Morris County area.

When contemplating a prenuptial agreement, knowledge is power. Our New Jersey divorce and family law attorneys work to ensure that you make informed, confident decisions for your future. Contact us today at (973) 840-8970 to schedule a free initial consultation or visit us at ttnlawmain.wpengine.com to fill an outline application.