Pre-Nuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement is a contract entered into before marriage. It is usually created to resolve issues of support and property division in the event that the marriage ends in divorce. Such a contract can offer many benefits and protections, such as ensuring that the property you bring into a marriage remains yours. In the event of a divorce, the contract acts as a property settlement agreement which is generally intended to fully and finally resolve the division of the marital estate as well as support.

However, a court may render a prenuptial agreement void in part or in whole, if it is deemed to be unconscionable or as greatly favoring one party over the other, or if you or your spouse failed to disclose assets, underestimated assets, or failed to explain the nature or value of the assets.

The Family Law Attorneys with DiOrio & Sereni, LLP have the knowledge and experience necessary to draft as well as litigate issues involving the validity and/or enforcement of Prenuptial Agreements.

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