Protecting Your Assets With A Prenup
When you are making wedding plans, asking your spouse to sign a prenuptial agreement may not be on your list of things to do. However, if you have children from a previous marriage or have significant assets you want to protect, it should be a priority.
At Johnson & Johnson, Attorneys At Law, we understand that a prenuptial agreement can be a contentious legal issue for Morris County couples. Sharon Johnson, our firm’s co-founding lawyer, is known for her ability to handle sensitive family law matters with skill and discretion. As your advocate, she will design a strong agreement that protects your interests in the future while working to minimize conflicts that may arise during negotiations.
Tailoring A Prenuptial Agreement According To Your Needs
Prenuptial agreements can be structured to handle a variety of issues that include inheritance, debt obligations and separate property. When you meet with Ms. Johnson at our Florham Park office, she will assess your unique circumstances and customize a detailed agreement.
Ms. Johnson drafts contracts that address a range of concerns, including:
- Inheritance rights
- Business assets and property
- High net worth collections, including art, cars and jewelry
- Debt obligations
- Terms of spousal support in the event of divorce
When you are negotiating the terms of your premarital contract, it is vital to understand the consequences of the agreement. Ms. Johnson will take the time necessary to explain possible outcomes.
Hundreds of Morris County residents have benefited from our counsel. Learn how we can help you too.
Understand Your Legal Options Before You Declare Your Vows. Contact Us Today.
Whether you or your partner has requested a prenup, our New Jersey firm can represent you in negotiations to ensure the document you sign is fair. We invite you to contact us online or over the phone at 973-937-8959 to arrange a consultation.