Marital Agreements Lawyer in Nassau County
Creating Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
Many people think that establishing a marital agreement means you lack faith in the union or are only useful for wealthy families. The truth is that martial agreements can facilitate important communication about assets and property and, in the event, you do decide to part ways, they can help ensure that your separation is as smooth and amicable as possible. Our marital agreements lawyer in Nassau County is well versed in all types of marital agreements and is standing by to answer all of your questions.
To schedule a free, 1-hour initial consultation with our attorney, call (516) 252-0223.
What Are Marital Agreements?
Marital agreements can be beneficial to almost anyone. They give you and your partner an opportunity to communicate openly about property and assets and to establish your individual rights and wishes when unforeseen problems arise such as separation or the death of a partner.
There are several different kinds of marital agreements including:
- Prenuptial agreements
- Postnuptial agreements
- Separation agreements
No matter what your financial situation is, you should consider a marital agreement. These agreements can help you and your partner: achieve financial clarity, reduce conflict over finances and property, and establish individual rights and responsibilities. Though many dismiss marital agreements as unromantic, they are an important part of a union and can go a long way to helping you and your partner feel secure and protected, no matter what the future holds.
Is a Marital Agreement Right for Me?
If you are unsure about whether or not you need a marital agreement, we recommend that you speak with a Nassau County martial agreements attorney whom you trust. At Anthony J. LoPresti, Attorney at Law, we know how difficult discussing a marital agreement can be and we will always treat you with respect and compassion. We believe in providing top-quality legal counsel and can help you establish the marital agreement that is right for you. We are members of the New York State Bar Association and the Nassau County Bar Association and have extensive experiencing establishing martial agreements. When you have questions, we have answers.
Call our martial agreements lawyer today at (516) 252-0223.